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In search of the top 100 Dyslexia FAQs. Can you help?


Do you remember Cigdem Knebel's recent post on the 5 Steps To Boost A Young Dyslexic's Self-Confidence?  Cigdem is a mother of a 6 year old son and has written books on helping young ones with literacy.
She is now looking to write a book about the top 100 frequently asked questions about dyslexia and is looking to provide the answers in a new free resource coming out soon.  But she needs our help!  Can you complete her list?
Cigdem writes...
We are working on a new book at Simple Words Books, which will be a quick handbook guide for parents, educators and caregivers who want to learn more about dyslexia. The book is insipired by my desperate research as a mom trying to understand what dyslexia is to help my 6-yr old son. It will include 100 most frequently asked questions to better understand what dyslexia is and give a head start on their research. This will be a free e-book on Amazon!
We are looking for 100 most frequently asked questions to answer in our book: 
  1. What is dyslexia?
  2. What are the signs of dyslexia?
  3. How can we get our child diagnosed?
  4. How early can our child be diagnosed?
  5. What causes dyslexia?

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  6. Who are some of the successful and famous dyslexics?
  7. How common is dyslexia?
  8. Is Dyslexia a learning disability or a learning difference?
  9. How can we support our child not to lose self-confidence?
  10. Can our child grow out of dyslexia?
  11. Can dyslexia be cured?
  12. What are some of the reliable sources on dyslexia?
  13. What are some of the books to read about dyslexia?
  14. What is multi-sensory teaching?
  15. Do dyslexics see letters backwards?
  16. Does dyslexia affect only reading?
  17. Can dyslexia be treated?
  18. Do all dyslexics have ADHD?
  19. Can I request my school to test my child?
  20. Can our child eye tracking issues even if his vision is good?
  21. Are there specialist schools for dyslexic children?
  22. COMMENT BELOW WHAT OTHER QUESTIONS WE SHOULD ADD TO OUR LIST.
We'd love it, if you add your question below. We know you are very busy. As a thank you, we will email those who are commenting a copy of our Sam Is Stuck E-book, Comprehension E-Book and Writing E-Workbook.

3 comments:

  1. 22. What assistive technology is recommended for adults with dyslexia?
    23. How can adults with dyslexia improve their writing?
    24. Are the practices suggested for writing coursework (eg using speech to text software) also recommended for exams? -does this differ between FE and HE?
    25. Are all HE institutions providing the same level and type of support to students with dyslexia? If not how does this differ and why?
    26. Why are there higher proportions of males diagnosed with dyslexia compared to females? -Is this a reflection on the diagnostic procedures or on the prevalence of dyslexia?

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  2. Thanks for your questions, I will make sure that Cigdem sees them!

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  3. Thank you so much for your reply. These are great questions. If you are interested in the Sam Is Stuck set, please email us at knebel@simplewordsbooks.com and mention Studying With Dyslexia blog! Thank you, again.

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