Dyslexia is a form of learning disability in which an individual has problem with reading. Dyslexia is caused by the inability of the brain to associate sounds with letters. Although the causes dyslexia are yet to be understood, research has shown that the brain of dyslexic individuals develop and function in a different way. The severity of this disorder can vary among individuals. To know more about dyslexia, flip through the pages of our ClipBook.
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