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Is Dyslexia a Brain Dysfunction? An Alternative Interpretation of the Facts

Research indicates that the dyslexic’s brain differs from that of a “normal” reader. Does this mean that dyslexia is caused by a neurological dysfunction or is there an alternative interpretation that explains these differences?

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Overcoming Dyslexia

Read the WHAT, WHY and HOW of Edublox's solution for dyslexia, and why parents write comments like this one: "I never thought I would be writing this statement, but my dyslexic son doesn’t seem to be dyslexic anymore! The symptoms have all disappeared. After all I’ve read on the subject of learning difficulties, this was not supposed to happen!..."

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Radio Interview on SAfm: Dyslexia

A discussion on dyslexia with Susan du Plessis, owner and director of educational programs at Edublox, and Shirley Lindecke, whose son Ryan succeeded with Edublox.

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Kit Helps Children to Learn

Many children — despite having adequate intelligence and opportunity — show great disparity between their verbal skills and learning ability. When a teacher identified a reading inability in one of Jo Cohn's children, Jo had his psychometric skills tested,..

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Coming to Grips with Problems of Dyslexia

The problems of dyslexic people are little known and even less understood ― even by sufferers themselves. According to some educationalists, there is no such thing as dyslexia, but for many children and adults who despair of ever being able to read or write, the issue is very real indeed.

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New Hope through Audiblox

Dyslexia is a growing problem. There is no doubt that many children and many adults have difficulties in reading. Most people regard dyslexia as a learning problem or disability...

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Dyslexia Breakthrough

A program, which solves children’s spelling and reading problems has been devised by a Pretoria educationist, Dr. Jan Strydom. Dr. Strydom “completely by accident” stumbled on to this educational treatment which involves placing coloured blocks in various complicated sequences.

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