A child loves to learn and continues to explore the world through reading. At the age of 10, the child is diagnosed with dyslexia and continues to pursue his desire to read in order to learn more. He's extremely ambitious in his goals in learning how to read despite the continuous judgment from other people who do not understand his circumstances. His passion for learning remains, and he continues to overcome his dyslexia with some support from doctors, friends, and family.

Special Needs Children Can Still Learn Through Reading

Awareness, understanding, the ability to apply thoughts and ideas to real life, having our hearts moved by great stories – this is what matters.

Key Takeaways:

One boy at ten years old was not able to read and this frustrated him.
When one cannot read at the age of ten, they can be met with a lot of peer criticism.
The excitement of reading does not have to go away just because reading is more challenging.

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