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How to determine if your child has dyslexia

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Questions and odds taken from the Davis Center test.
Dear parents, this test is not for diagnosis, its purpose is only to draw your attention to existing problems.
You can go through a full diagnosis at my consultation, the cost of which is 5000 rubles.

Under the test there is a form for sending the results to your email.

If 3 any problems exceed 30% there is a possibility that this is dyslexia.

After passing the test, I recommend watching you my video, which will tell you more about the results of the dyslexia test.

QuestionOftenOftenSometimesSometimesNever
1He gives the impression of being very smart and quick-witted, expresses his thoughts well, but at the same time he is unable to read and write at the level of his class.
2He is considered lazy, inattentive, stupid, retarded, naughty or not giving enough time to study.
3It has a high coefficient of mental development, but does not always show good results in studies, oral tests are much better than written ones.
4He considers himself stupid, has low self-esteem, hides his weaknesses with the help of original compensating strategies.
5Easily upset and worried about reading out loud and tests at school.
6He is talented in the field of art, or in music, or in sports, or in dancing, or in mechanics, or in commerce, or in business, or in design, or in construction and engineering, or a good storyteller and actor.
7Often immersed in dreams, daydreaming, easily lost and forgets about time.
8It is difficult to hold attention, is dreamy or hyperactive.
9It is best absorbed through practical experience, experimentation, observation, and visual aids.
10While reading, she complains of dizziness, nausea, or headache.
11It is confusing at the sight of letters, numbers, words, sequences, and also, if necessary, to explain something out loud.
12On writing and reading, repetitions, additions, rearrangements, omissions and replacements of letters, numbers and / or words are noticeable.
13Feels or sees non-existent movements while reading, writing or transcribing.
14It seems to have difficulty with vision, although testing shows that vision is normal.
15It has extremely sharp vision and observation, while there is no peripheral (lateral) vision.
16Reads and re-reads almost without grasping the meaning.
17He writes "as he hears," the spelling is inconsistent.
18It is distinguished by good hearing. Able to hear what has not been said or elusive to others, easily distracted by various sounds.
19It experiences difficulties in expressing its thoughts, speaks stumblingly or does not end sentences, or stutters when agitated, or incorrectly pronounces long words, or swaps phrases, words and syllables.
20Difficulties with writing and rewriting texts, unusually holds a pencil
21Handwriting is changeable or illegible.
22Clumsy, poor coordination of movements, ball games and team sports failing, experiencing difficulties with fine and / or large motor skills
23Subject to seasickness and motion sickness while riding.
24Equally well versed in both the right and left hand.
25Confuses right / left, above / below.
26He has difficulty in determining and calculating time, is late, with difficulty assimilates the ordered information and tasks associated with the sequence.
27In calculations, it relies on counting with your fingers and other tricks.
28Able to count, but has difficulty in counting items and operations with money.
29It makes arithmetic calculations easily, but has difficulty understanding tasks. He knows the answers, but can not do the calculations on paper.
30Excellent long-term memory for impressions, places and faces.
31Bad memory for a sequence of events or things, facts and information that has not been obtained in practice.
32He thinks mainly with the help of images and sensations, and not with sounds and words (there is practically no internal dialogue).
33It is characterized by extreme disorganization or intrusive methodology.
34In a class, it can be a buffoon, a bully or a silent person.
35Through the stages of development (such as crawling, speaking, walking, tying shoelaces), he passed very quickly or extremely slowly.
36It is prone to ear inflammations, choosy in food, susceptible to food additives and chemical products.
37He sleeps very soundly or very sensitively.
38Urinates in bed until late age.
39Has an unusually high or vice versa low pain threshold.
40It has a keen sense of justice and emotional sensitivity, striving for perfection.
41The number of errors and symptoms increases dramatically during periods of confusion and emotional stress, as well as in a hurry or poor health.

You can also send the test results to your mail, so that in the future you can come to me for a consultation with them.

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