dyslexia can be helped by the brain's neuroplasticity
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For many children with a diagnosis of "dyslexia" or a similar reading problems, there is new research which suggests that the brain's abiliity to adapt and change (ie: neuroplasticity) might be one of the answers to helping individuals cope with processing speech sounds (a common hallmark with the disorder).  With 100 hours of intervention, brain changes were observed.

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