Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Dyslexia 失读症 - 跳动的符号



Dyslexia is a learning disorder characterized by difficulty reading. Also called specific reading disability, dyslexia is a common learning disability in children. Dyslexia occurs in children with normal vision and intelligence. Sometimes, dyslexia goes undiagnosed for years and isn't recognized until adulthood.

Emotional support and opportunities for achievement in activities that don't involve reading are important for children with dyslexia. If your child has dyslexia:
  • Be supportive. Trouble learning to read may affect your child's self-esteem. Be sure to express your love and support. Encourage your child by praising his or her talents and strengths.
  • Talk to your child. Explain to your child what dyslexia is and that it's not a failure on his or her part. The better your child understands this, the better he or she will be able to cope with having a learning disability.
  • Take steps to help your child learn at home. Provide a clean, quiet, organized place for your child to study, and designate a study time. Also, make sure your child gets enough rest and eats regular, healthy meals.
  • Stay in contact with your child's teachers. Talk with teachers frequently to make sure your child is able to stay on track. Be sure he or she gets extra time for tests that require reading, if needed. Ask your child's teacher if it would help your child to record the day's lessons to play back later.
  • Join a support group. This can help you stay in contact with parents who face similar learning disabilities in their children. Support groups can provide useful information and emotional support. Check with your doctor or your child's reading specialist to find out if there are any support groups in your area. Or, search on the Internet for dyslexia or reading disability support groups.
All the above information is retrieved from http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/dyslexia/basics/coping-support/con-20021904

  • Biofeedback. This can help you to train your kid's brainwave pattern. At my heatlhcare centre, we can help you to improve your kid's performance. Welcome to drop me an email at newmindcentre@gmail.com and discuss your case with me privately.

最近其中一位经诊断患有失读症(Dyslexia)的孩子的情形让我觉得很心痛。
他的情形是属于视觉知觉上的混淆。
她身边的师长亲戚和朋友都不了解他的问题,所以一直被人误会她懒惰读书和有行为偏差问题。
虽然才刚开始疗程不久,但我很期待可以帮到她改善问题!
她很乖很听话的,但她所面对的问题让她读书变得好累好疲倦。
想必不少人都有尝试过在昏暗的环境下去阅读细小的文字吧?
是不是很辛苦呢?

想一想如果你常常被人误会,但没人了解你的苦楚的同时还一直说你在找理由逃避责任。
那种感觉很委屈,很糟糕吧?
如果长期在这样的条件下成长,你的情绪和行为也会受到影响的对不?

所以除了家人的支持和针对脑部的Biofeedback训练,
孩子情绪上的处理也是非常重要的一环。

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