Raising a dyslexic child can be a difficult task. For the uninitiated, dyslexia is a lifelong disorder that makes reading, writing, and spelling difficult. It is the most frequent learning problem, yet the exact number of children who suffer from it is unknown. Dyslexia, on the other hand, has nothing to do with a child’s IQ or bad eyesight, unlike a learning disability. Bollywood actor Abhishek Bachchan, Hollywood filmmaker Steven Spielberg, and actor Tom Cruise are among the famous people that have dyslexia.

At the age of nine, Abhishek Bachchan was diagnosed with dyslexia. However, the actor did not try to hide his dyslexia from fans or the media, nor did he let it prevent him from becoming one of Bollywood’s most popular actors. Rather, he has been spreading the word about this tale and advocating for learning disability awareness organizations. In fact, he was involved in the production of actor Aamir Khan’s film ‘Taare Zameen Par,’ which depicts the life of a young dyslexic child who struggles in school. Continue reading to understand more about this common learning challenge.

What is dyslexia, exactly?

Dyslexia is a type of learning disability that affects reading, writing, and spelling. Other skills, such as understanding, math, and language, can be hampered by dyslexia.

What are dyslexia’s indications and symptoms?

Dyslexia can manifest itself in a combination of ways, depending on the child. Symptoms usually appear when a youngster begins school. A dyslexic individual may – Read and write slowly. Having trouble with spelling or putting letters in the wrong order. Have a hard time remembering basic words? Have trouble understanding written information, yet can understand it when told verbally.