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    This question is for Dr. Joel. My son is ten with APD and SPD. He gets frequent headaches and holds books real close to his eyes despite having no measured visual deficit. When doing multiplication tables he can not visually follow where the answer w
    Last replied by : gimer more than a month ago
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    I have a 9 year old son who was at school for a year. We have now been homeschooling him for 2 years. He left school not even knowing the alphabet let alone read or write. I have tried quite a few different methods, not all cheap!! We tried the Davis
    Last replied by : AudreyMcBrien more than a month ago
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    To ask a question in response to this article, please leave a comment below. You must be logged in to your account in order to leave a question. You can create a user account if you don't already have one for free. Diet and Dyslexia: What Works? On t
    Last replied by : nutty1966 more than a month ago
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    Impossible Children Children presenting with behavior disorders are often characterized as “an impossible child” by their teachers and parents. ADD (attention deficit disorder), ADHD (attention deficit disorder hyperactivity), LD (learning disabiliti
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    A Behavioral Optometrist has recommended we do the Brock string test with my 7yr old son, but we are struggling with it. Should i be getting resistance from him to do it? Can it hurt/strain the eyes? Whilst moving the closest bead towards his nose, i
    Last replied by : drjoel more than a month ago
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    Joel: My 10 yo daughter has been struggling with reading since the beginning. I alerted teachers and staff at age 6 that I thought there was an issue. Thought it dyslexia, as I observed and read commonalities of behavior in dyslexia. We have tried ma
    Last replied by : drjoel more than a month ago
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    Hi Dr Joel My 8 yr old son has difficulty comprehending and I have also noticed that he skips words, lines and is generally apprehensive about reading and writing. He is generally okay with decoding words but grasping what is in front of him seems to
    Last replied by : drjoel more than a month ago

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