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RIGHT Brain vs. LEFT Brain "Map"
Learning difficulties such as DYSLEXIA (difficulties w/ reading), DYSGRAPHIA (difficulties w/ writing) and DYSCALCULIA (difficulties w/ mathematics) are often associated with lack of brain access and lack of brain and sensory integration. 

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5 Decoding Tips and Tools for Reluctant Readers


Are there any studies of how learning and/or test results are impacted for dyslexics (versus a control group) as a result of being tired?

With age, my Dyslexia has faded a bit. I can read with high comprehension (if slower than others I consider my peers). Writing a decent, and even complex, sentence is much less of a chore than I remember it being when I was 10.

Still, I perceive the effects especially when I am tired or otherwise frazzled.

At this point, years later, I love my life, Dyslexia and all and put up with it like an annoying sidekick when I get tired/frazzled.

Just want to know if we should always make sure our tests are the first thing we take each day or if there is a time we should beg off for a more accurate assessment of out skills/learning?

Thanks,

Otter Shaman


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I do have dyslexia but I think this is what people do need to know 

I'm almost done with Dyslexia....

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