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Dyslexia... Do I need an official diagnosis?

Dyslexia - “invisible” problem, it is difficult for strangers to notice. But they also remain “invisible” and the child’s experiences, his self-doubt, comparing himself with other children, he may consider himself stupid, unworthy.

Problem recognition and diagnosis are the first stages of the process of helping such a child. Recognizing this problem relieves the feeling of "guilt" from the child, and often also from the parent. And discussing the strengths of dyslexia, such as a wonderful creative imagination, gives confidence in a bright future!

A formal diagnosis helps the school begin to provide personalized assistance to the child with dyslexia by providing a personal assistant, help with reading assignments, extra breaks, and extra time on exams.

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