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MIT Links Dyslexia to Phonological Processing

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Phonological awareness is an auditory processing skill. It refers to an individual's ability to process the sound structure of spoken words. Phonological awareness is a reliable indicator of later reading success or failure. 

Always interested in the latest research about dyslexia, I found an article, which may be helpful to parents of children showing signs of dyslexia, speech or reading problems.

We specialize in auditory processing skills and phonemic awareness at A+ Learning Solutions, as these skills are key to reading and comprehending successfully. Our students' improved confidence and academic performance attest to the effectiveness of our training.

Annalyse Tanzos

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