Many dyslexics have trouble handling laces on their shoes, and have to expend much of their energy and focus on that task rather than many more important ones. As such, a simple way to help a dyslexic child focus energy onto other tasks could be to use a different type of shoe, such as velcro, which doesn't require shoelaces. Choosing the right shoes is a simple but effective energy saver for dyslexics, reducing stress, and keeping their focus in reading.
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