Solutions for Dyslexia in Spelling
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How severe is your dyslexia?
Some dyslexic persons can read but cannot spell the words they read, others might not read at all. Some write most letters in reverse, others may occasionally write letters in reverse. Some are obsessed with hurrying and the more they hurry, the more advanced dyslexia gets.
Some speed-speak because they are or were at some point intimidated, pressured or felt forced to speed-speak. They may say letters or words in a reverse, as in “my car is fast↔my fast is car.” It is much quicker and easier to prevent than it is to reverse dyslexia.
Most dyslexic persons misspell words, write letters in reverse, stumble when reading aloud, have difficulties spelling words orally, miss their exists if driving and someone is talking with them, have car accidents when text messaging and driving, and some write all letters in uppercase.
There are now simple solutions for dyslexia, and dyslexic persons can learn and are not learning disabled; they are logical learners with a logical learning style. They can only focus on one thing or one thought at a time. They are not visual and cannot visualize faces or the way words are spelled. They are perfectionists needing a long time to finish their work; all work to them must be creative or they may not finish it. They tend to be unhappy when disturbed while doing their creative work.