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Catching it early prevents other problems that would occur if it was missed.


Are you concerned your 7 or 8 year old may have dyslexia? It’s a great idea to find out now because the earlier you catch it, the easier it is to treat. Catching it early prevents other problems that would occur if it was missed. So great job on being an aware parent

Hi I’m Samantha from Learning Success and we made this video to help parents catch dyslexia early. Formalized dyslexia testing is simply not available for most people and when it is, it’s extremely expensive. We’re working to fix that. We want to make this information available to all parents who need it. Will you help us with that by hitting the like and subscribe button below?

Thanks, we appreciate that. Let's get to the test.

I’m going to ask you a series of yes or no questions. For every yes answer I want you to add a 1 to your score. At the end we’ll add that up and that will give you a better idea if your child has dyslexia. If needed, I’ll point you to a free resource to get an even more detailed report.

Question #1
Does your child seem intelligent but is struggling in some subjects in school?
Does your child have difficulty remembering the names of letters?
Does your child have difficulty learning what sound is associated with each letter?
Does your child have inconsistent spelling? Spelling the same word differently at different times.
Has your child had a difficulty learning to tie their shoes?
Does your child have trouble with sight words? These are words like said where and two
Does your child have difficulty with some words even though they have seen them many times?
Does your child hate reading out loud
Does your child read very slowly or inaccurately?
Does your child have trouble figuring out new words by sounding them out?
Is your child not interested in books about things they like?
Does your child have a poor pencil grip?
Does your child have poor handwriting?
Does your child have trouble remembering what they have read?
Does your child sometimes skips over punctuation when reading or writing?
Does your child hate school?
Does your child get headaches or stomach aches before school or homework?
Is your child mixed dominant or does not have a dominant hand? If you’re wondering about mixed dominance there’s a link in the description.

Does your child confuse similar letters such as b and d
Does your child confuse similar sounding letters such as f and v?
Does your child substitute words when reading aloud. Like house instead of home. Especially simpler words for more complicated words such as car for automobile.
Has difficulty separating sounds in words. For example /K/ /A/ /T/ for cat
Has trouble blending sounds?
Is there a family history of dyslexia?
Does your child complain about reading?

Okay what’s your score?

If your score adds up to three or more, then there is a possibility of dyslexia or something related. It doesn’t mean it’s dyslexia, just that you should dig a little deeper. Here’s how to do that. We’ve created a free deep dive dyslexia screener for you. Fill it out and then it will send you a free report. That report will help you understand what type of dyslexia is likely. It will help you find the specific areas where your child is having trouble and also give you suggestions on how to fix them.

The link is in the description. It’s totally free. And we promise it will help you and your child. So jump down to the description, click the link, and do that screener now.

Key Takeaways:

Seem intelligent but struggling in school?
Trouble with sight words?
Sometimes says they feel stupid?



00:00 Intro

00:39 Dyslexia test instructions

00:58 Intelligent but struggling in school

01:04 Difficulty remembering the names of letters

01:10 Difficulty remembering what sound is associated with each letter

01:16 Inconsistent spelling

01:22 Difficulty learning to tie shoes

01:26 Difficulty learning sight words

01:36 Difficulty remembering words

01:42 Hates reading out loud

01:47 Reads slowly

01:52 Difficulty sounding out words

01:57 Not interested in reading for pleasure

02:02 Poor pencil grip

02:06 Poor handwriting

02:10 Difficulty remembering what they have read

02:15 Skips over punctuation 

02:20 Child Hates School

02:25 Gets headaches or stomach aches before school

02:30 Mixed dominant

02:39 Reverses letters

02:42 Confuses similar sounding letters

02:49 Substitutes wors when reading aloud

03:00 Difficulty separating sounds in words

03:07 Has trouble blending sounds

03:10 Family history of dyslexia

03:15 Child complains about reading

03:20 Scoring

03:30 How to proceed

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