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Researchers realize the results do not mean the dyslexia has been "fixed" or that other interventions are no longer needed.
Many adults with dyslexia or dyscalculia may have been told all of their lives that they are hopeless.
The British Dyslexia Association, which offers dyslexia screening for children, has backed our initiative which is part of our WonderKids campaign.
Duncan's biggest fear as an adult was that he wouldn't be able to keep his dyslexia a secret.
Each gene lies in a section of chromosome 6 that previous studies linked to dyslexia.
Sometimes, local boards of education do not regard dyslexia as an entity because they do not have the resources to meet the needs of students with dyslexia (Katz, 2001).
The teachers' "toolkit", which has been piloted, aims to help them identify dyslexia through the new Curriculum for Excellence.
The study is set to confirm there is a higher than average proportion of employees with dyslexia in local creative industries.
The committee was concerned at the lack of screening and assessing children for dyslexia through the Welsh language.
Dyslexia causes difficulty with reading, writing and memory.
Robillard, an adjunct professor at the University of Texas at Austin, said she wants early intervention for kids with dyslexia "to avoid any additional risk-factors associated with the inability to learn to read.
The findings of the Leipzig scientists combine various theoretical approaches, which deal with the cause of dyslexia and, for the first time, bring together several of these theories to form an overall picture.