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Although dyslexia is primarily a disorder related to language, more broadly it can be seen as a struggle with processing different types of information. There are many symptoms that perhaps indicate child dyslexia that are not related to language. Associated factors include poor short-term memory, sequencing, physical coordination and organisational skills.
Pre- School Aged Children
Okay let us first look at non-language symptoms for a pre-school child. Poor physical co-ordination can be a possible indication of dyslexia in children of this age. Interestingly, many of these children started walking at the correct time but they may have been reluctant crawlers and and chose to either move around on their tummies or their bottoms. How confident is there walking and mobility? Does your child stumble, trip or fall over a surprising amount? Do they bump into things more frequently than you would expect? Do they find it hard to co-ordinate their hands and feet when catching or kicking a ball or when clapping? Are you constantly nagging your child because they never seem to listen? Unfortunately all of these signs could be symptoms for dyslexia.
Primary School Aged Children
Next let us move on and discuss possible non-language indicators for children of primary school age. I think that at this age a child with possible symptoms of dyslexia can be a real cause of concern because in some areas of their personal or their school lives they are progressing well and seem very confident. Yet there are some alarming gaps in this “rosy” picture. Your child may find it difficult to sequence the days of the week and the months of the year. Simple tasks such as tying shoe laces or putting on a tie can be real sources of frustration and seem to be done so poorly. Understanding directional language such as left and right up and down is a real struggle. As a result Your child may have a very poor sense of direction when completing quite familiar journeys.
That Nagging Feeling
As a parent or a familiar adult of such children, individual signs and symptoms of child dyslexia, do not amount to much and most of the time you are sure that your son or daughter does not have dyslexia. However, you have a continual nagging feeling that things are not quite right and that you cannot quite put your finger on. You have tried to dismiss your doubts, thinking that nothing is wrong with your child and are actually they are doing quite well. But you keep spotting examples of simple activities and skills that should not be as difficult as they obviously are.
Stay Positive and Get Support
Put simply, the more the symptoms described above are displayed by your child, the more likely it is that they have dyslexia. Do not panic! Dyslexia, although it is a specific learning disorder, need not wreck your child’s life. Properly identified and managed, most people with dyslexia can lead a successful and satisfying personal and professional life. The thing to do now is to keep doing more research and if necessary do not be afraid of seeking professional help perhaps in the form of a formal assessment.
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