Ari you haveng prouble riadeng phes?
Are you having trouble reading this?
This simulates how difficult it can be to read if you have dyslexia.
What is Dyslexia?
Dyslexia is an inherited condition that makes it extremely difficult to
read, write, and spell in your native language despite at least average intelligence.
As many as 1 out of 5 people may have some form of dyslexia.
Although the condition can be very frustrating for those that have it, there is a positive side:
Dyslexia is typically characterized by strengths including creative expression, athletic performance and scientific discovery.
The individual with dyslexia often exhibits strength in thinking outside the box, making unexpected connections,
and from an intuitive sense about the world.
Secondary strengths include a different learning style that may be auditory or kinesthetic, the ability to demonstrate knowledge in ways other than the written word, and an uncanny sense of entrepreneurialism that may lead to great innovations and financial success.
To provide evaluations to identify Dyslexia and
offer a Tutoring Service based on the Barton Method.
LSTC is available for students residing in Ashland,
Bayfield, and Douglas counties in Wisconsin,
at no charge.
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