Israeli Discovery Can Help Diagnose Dyslexia

Hebrew University of Jerusalem scientists have discovered that dyslexics have a much shorter implicit memory than non-dyslexics. On hearing a sound repeated sometime later on, dyslexics failed to acknowledge it. The findings lead the way to early diagnosis and …

See all stories on this subject General Assembly approves dyslexia bill promoted by Loudoun mothers Virginia school districts will now have a specially experienced reading specialists to assist trainees with dyslexia under an expense gone by the General Assembly recently. The Senate and House both voted all in favor of SB 1516, a bill requiring local … See all stories on this topic