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Parents should be the first to arm themselves with the knowledge about Dyslexia. After all, they're the first ones to deal with their child's condition. 

The eagerness of parents to help their children can be the key to their success. Among the usual parenting duties, that involves garnering understanding of a child's learning disability and sharing that information with other people, specifically the teachers. That allows the knowledge to branch out -- every adult in the child's life can become more knowledgeable of the disorder, a be more able to support.

Becoming involved

Liz Dunoon, a teacher and a mother to three children all with Dyslexia, is a positive example of a parent who utilized extensive research to help her family. According to a Parenting Dyslexia blog, "Liz started to research how she could help her son to learn and to be successful at school. With the teachers approval she began to tutor 6 students from her son’s class, who were also struggling to read and with 3 short sessions per week over 6 weeks she had every child in her group reading and smiling once again."

All children, including Dyslexic children, are intelligent and teachable.

Love and Knowledge

As asserted in the study, Dyslexics could be taught an appropriate way for them read in English in as early as 6 weeks, if a parent recognizes what's best for the child. Of course, not every child is the same, but that's why parents should be willing to be flexible and understanding in how they apply their research. The bottom line is: all children, including Dyslexic children, are intelligent and teachable. In the case of Liz Dunoon, it is a mother's love and dedication to her children that allowed her to uncover new ways for her children to overcome Dyslexia.

Key Takeaways:

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Parents are the first to deal with a child's condition, and should be armed with research to do so.
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One parent was able to get her Dyslexic children up to speed in about 6 weeks.
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Love and dedication makes a huge impact.

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