Speech Therapy

Tips to help dyslexics

Get them reading
Get them reading

It is important for dyslexics to read as much as possible. So encourage them to read material of their choice like comic books, newspapers, magazines etc. Gradually they can improve their reading skills this way.

Hi-Lo Books
Hi-Lo Books

There are books available specifically for dyslexics called hi-lo books. These have a high interest level and low reading level. These books have short chapters and the language is simple to help dyslexics.

Audio books
Audio books

Turn on an audio book and ask the dyslexic child to read simultaneously from a physical book. This will improve their word recognition and help them understand how letters and words are grouped together.

Family reading night
Family reading night

Ask your family members to give up watching TV for one night in a week and instead have a family reading night. All the family members can read loudly or silently. Thus, your family  can be a great role model for the dyslexic child.

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