The graphic on the right is an example of disorientation and shows how a dyslexic can perceive or misread the word, "cat." There are over 40 different ways the person can "see" this word. Even though the child has just read the sentence, he or she does not recognize "cat" in the following sentence. That is because it can look different every time the child sees it, i.e. "tac," "etc," "cat" as taken from the Reading Research Council Brochure at the Davis® Dyslexia Association International.
Usually someone with "The Gift" has about 10 characteristics of dyslexia. Do you have "The Gift?"
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