Dyslexia is a term most often used to describe specific reading and writing learning disabilities. In Canada, we tend to use the term learning disabilities to refer to difficulties in the acquisition or use of basic academic skills such as reading, writing, or math, in persons who are deemed to have adequate intellectual potential, and adequate educational opportunitites for learning. In other words, people with learning disabilities are smart, but have great difficulty learning to read and write, and sometimes learning to do math. In other countries, the term dyslexia is used to refer collectively to these learning disabilities.
The Davis Dyslexia Correction program uses the dyslexic’s natural gifts and talents to overcome the learning disabilities aspects of dyslexia.
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