I just read this article in the internet found here:
"After adult dyslexia is already acknowledged, dyslexia adult assessment test is the starting point in aiding them to look for the proper medication and handle their ailments.
Adults who suppose they have learning incapability have to search for accurate assessment through the help of qualified professionals trained to conduct adult dyslexia diagnostic test. From the assessment, you should have the appropriate diagnosis and recommendation of treatment options."
The above article wants us to believe that dyslexia can be treated with medication. Continue reading for more articles.
Written by Charles Brantley
Dyslexia has been little understood or noted for most of recorded history. Almost all that we have learned about dyslexia has occurred in the last twenty-five years.
Dyslexics learn differently. Their eyes see things the same way but their brains apparently interpret the signals from the eyes differently than those of non-dyslexics. It’s O.K., many famous and successful people have been dyslexic. But to reach their full potential they must be taught differently, according to their individual needs.
For roughly the last 15 years, as part of a program to help in overcoming dyslexia, school-age kids
have all been screened for signs of dyslexia in children. Those identified as
“probables” went through a full-blown test for dyslexia . Those dyslexics thus identified were subsequently taught
according to the way they needed to be taught.
Before about 15 years ago, dyslexics were lumped in with the rest of the
students and had to take their chances. Most were treated badly by the
educational system, called lazy, slow learners, underachievers. They were made
to feel ashamed of and embarrassed by their differences and learned to conceal
Millions of adult dyslexics today have never taken a dyslexia test. They still struggle with learning and reading difficulties that could be easily overcome if they were only known. A half-hour dyslexia test could make enormous improvements in their self-esteem and abilities.
There are a large number of different types of dyslexia to deal with. There
is no standard definition, no real, workable way to sort them out into types
and put them into nice, neat categories. Each one is different and needs to be
evaluated and taught accordingly.
A dyslexia test could be a life-changing experience for an adult dyslexic. The test would provide the basis for a diagnosis and lead to the dyslexic person finally receiving the training he or she needs to effectively overcome the limitations that dyslexia would otherwise impose. It could open up a whole new world of opportunity and personal growth.
There is more information on the subject of dyslexia you can see by clicking on any of the links in this blog posting.
Disclaimer: Nothing in the above explanations is intended to be or represented to be or should be construed to be any form of medical advice. The information herein has been gleaned from medical journals, news articles in the popular press and other freely-available public sources. It is presented here for informational purposes only. For any medical advice the reader is urged to consult with his or her licensed physician or other medical specialist.
Courtesy of Timothy Reeves
Some questions that arises in my mind are - How do these guys get away with such blatant lies?
How is it that different writers seem to write exactly the same things using exactly the same words?
There are many more such articles but the few above are enough to let you know that not all you read or hear may be true.