Tuesday, November 05, 2002

Some real hope for dyslexics.
The children who did the exercises showed significant improvements in reading and verbal fluency, with the percentage of those with reading difficulties dropping from 78 per cent to 56 per cent.

They also went on to show dramatic increases in writing, reading and comprehension scores on standardised attainment tests (SATs). In writing, in particular, their rate of year-to-year improvement increased by 17 times.

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