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Although your six-year-old child would not tell you that he has difficulty learning to read, he knows he has a problem learning to read. He is wondering why his classmates can figure out how to read those words and why he cannot do it. He is asking himself how did they do that. Am I really dumb? Reading is a mystery for your child. He is very embarrassed that he cannot read. As a parent how do you know that your child needs help in learning to read, spell, and comprehend?

Apart from receiving lower marks and spending so much time doing homework, a change of attitude is a warning sign that your child knows he struggles to read or cannot read. 

1. He appears withdrawn from school and does not want to talk about school

  • His positive attitude about school has changed. He is reluctant to go to school and demonstrates no excitement about going to school.  His head is down, his body slumped over, and looking at the floor as he walks down toward you.

  • He is increasingly uncomfortable at school or even fearful of school.


2. He starts having behavioral issues, especially during school days

  • He is losing self-confidence and self-esteem as the year progresses.

  • He is anxious and rarely smiles.

  • He becomes defiant, irritable, aggressive, etc.


3. He displays physical symptoms

  • He develops sleeping and eating problems

Problem learning to read is hereditary, you and your partner either have difficulties learning to read or have blood relatives with a history of learning disabilities.

  1. You have other children with difficulties in learning to read, write, spell, and comprehend, as well as problems associated with language skills.

  2. Complications during pregnancy and birth, accidents after birth, and your environment and surroundings are other factors that your child vulnerable to the reading problem.

  3. Your child has had other signs of language difficulties since he was little


There is no benefit of waiting that he might catch up because he won't catch up instead, he will fall further behind and this problem greatly affects not just your child but the whole family.


Get help from the expert!

 Your decision today is your CHILD'S tomorrow!

Multisensory Reading Clinic, Reading Specialist- Montreal, Laval, Quebec, Orton-Gillingham Tutor, Dyslexia Specialist, Learning Disability Specialist, ADHD Reading Tutor, Autism Reading Tutor, Special Needs Tutor, Learn to Read Tutor, Intellectual Disability Reading Tutor

Multisensory Reading Clinic  Dyslexia Therapeutic Tutoring     Orton-Gillingham Instruction

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