Most of the times, children who have delayed language development, simply follow a más somewhat slower rhythm, but have no added difficulties and learn to read and write without problems . But there are children who manifest this learning delay as a symptom of dyslexia. Dyslexia is a disorder in lan
Most of the times, children who have delayed language development, simply follow a más somewhat slower rhythm, but have no added difficulties and learn to read and write without problems . But there are children who manifest this learning delay as a symptom of dyslexia.Dyslexia is a disorder in language development, writing and the ability to memorize and treats the speech therapist. It has a high genetic component. It is not a disease, and it has no cure, but with proper treatment, the child will be able to cope without difficulty. The pedagogue
Alfonso Callejas Cabreras explains howtreatments of childhood dyslexia are. How is the treatment of childhood dyslexia? From the diagnosis, how is it started and what does the treatment consist of? Normally at school the child is referred to the speech therapist que, who in the best of cases with very good will and professionalism works with the child and achieves achievements, but in a moment it stops and does not manage to evolve. This is the moment in which many parents consider other things. The latest trends show us that in order for the child to successfully face the much needed logopedic work, we first have to unblock it with a treatment at the level of
(rhythmic movements, primitive reflexes), optometry, and hearing, which will analyze not as the child perceives through the senses, but as the brain perceives the information.Are the treatments expensive? The truth is that these treatments, as social security does not contemplate them or any other medical society, adding up is veryuphill for families that make them happy to finally see results in their children. Yes, it would be important and desirable that administrations will be sensitized and help families on these issues. Will the dyslexic child need special education?
In principle, no. The child was dyslexic in principle and treated on time. The only thing that would need, in addition to the therapies that we have already mentioned, and that certainly should be taught within school hours as well as speech therapy, is topropose information in other ways (not only reading and writing, which is what he can not do.), that is, that the information reaches him through sight, hearing and the most manipulative way possible. The dyslexic child must be taught to read and write, not simply that this should not be the basis of their learning, and that when evaluating their work you have to take into account their difficulties in this regard. If a diagnosis is not made in time, your self-esteem is crushed, and no adequate intervention is made, the child may need a special education. But they will be the least. Does dyslexia have a cure? I ask if a dyslexic child can have the same rhythm of learning and work as a non-dyslexic child.
No, dyslexia is not a disease, therefore it is not cured. As soon as he can have the same rhythm of learning as the rest of his classmates, of course yes, all that is needed is that his training is not based on reading and writing exclusively, as he has done so far at school; that the information be offered to her so that she can learn it, that she is motivated properly, that she is loved and that she feels loved in the classroom. In short, as anyone.How can the family help a dyslexic child? The family is a fundamental pillar in the education of the children, therefore, their participation is paramount. First of all, you have to let the child know that they want it, it is not enough to do it, you have to tell them, the child has to feel loved, accepted and valued within their family, as in the school itself. The family has to support the child and facilitate the realization of their therapies, accepting it naturally. And help in homework, although the latter, if things start to change at school would not be so necessary. Dyslexia without barriers