Brazilian Association

Some children with normal QI and adaptativo functioning good defato present difficulties to learn to read, to write to oucalcular. The typical label for the problem is dislexia (incapacity to deler understandably), the official definition of this problem in the same way includes asuposio of that the difficulty elapses of some type of oudano disfuno of the central nervous system, for which, muitasdefinies of learning upheavals estimate some type of basebiolgica. To diagnosis a learning incapacity is something muitocomplicado, because this is basically a residual diagnosis. He is ortulo, in general, applied a normal child of average intelligence, comviso and hearing, that a difficulty presents significativapara to absorb, to process, to remember or to express some type deinformao, as numbers or written words. Introduction: One knows that today it has a great index of dislxicas people in Brazil, about 10% 15% of the population have dislexia, of agreement with research made for the Brazilian Association of Dislexia (ABD). Of this population, 76% are of the masculine sex, what of the average one of 3 dislxicos men for each woman. Most of the time, through a psicopedaggica re-education, the dislxico goes obtaining to the few to dominate the abilities and dexterities to read and to write, but the dislexia does not have cure. The dislexia always comes folloied of the disortografia that is the impossibility to transcribe the form correct of writing of the words, having exchanges, omissesou substitutions and additions of letters, syllables and even of words.

Present Dislexia in the school Until the first day of school, the child if shows as the others: glad, participant and interested with the new. But the contact with the first letters discloses a difficulty that until then remained occult. For some reason, it does not obtain to follow excessively in the first tasks of reading and writing. The first consequences appear: They start if to feel unfortunate persons and lamuriosas.


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