A brand new kind of treatment for dyslexia is being offered to children in Scunthorpe. Developed in Australia, the computer science programme aims to re-wire the brain to make reading, writing and spelling easier.
Dyslexia is a condition which affects 20 per cent of the population and is associated with poor reading, writing and spelling. But this treatment, new to England, is said to help train the brain to correct itself, using a series of tasks to stimulate all parts of the brain to work together
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