"Intensive training like Celeste’s can help kids with dyslexia become fluent readers, especially when it starts in kindergarten or first grade. But this practice-practice-practice approach is demanding and time-consuming for kids and teachers, and people who start treatment after first grade may still lag behind their peers, says Perrachione."
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Mind Reader, To treat language disorders Tyler Perrachione investigates what makes dyslexic brains different.
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Dyslexic brain (left) compared to non-dyslexic brain (right) fMRI scan taken while reading. "The good readers typically have more brain activation in a region of the left temporal lobe called the “visual word form area,” which is associated with reading, than people with dyslexia." -Dr. Perrachione