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Why is Dyslexia So Misunderstood? Part Three

In the last blog, we used our tree analogy to discuss the second level of understanding and reversing dyslexia. We’ve already discussed the leaves (the words) and we added the branches: the eyes that see the words, the ears that hear the words, and the head and neck that support and protect both eyes and ears. We asked why the eyes and ears have a problem with words, and we discussed therapies that help those sensory organs to function better and help reverse dyslexia. At the next level, we add the trunk to the leaves and branches, considering the body

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