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DYSLEXIA

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PREVALENCE OF DYSLEXIA

  • 5.3% - 11.8% in US (Katusic et al., 2001)

  • 9.7% - 12.6% in Hong Kong (Chan et al., 2007)

  • No Study in Indonesia but estimated match international rate of 3 to 10%

IMPACT OF DYSLEXIA (BOWMAN et al., 2010)

  • Reduce self confidence

  • Difficult to adapt in academic environment

  • Underemployment

  • Difficulty in finding a job

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DYSLEXIA LOOK ALIKE

  • Difficult with reading, e. g. read below age and misreads common words (e. g. “from” as “for”)

  • Difficult with spelling and writing, e. g. confuses similar looking letters or words (e. g. “b” or “d” and “there” or “then”

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DYSLEXIA GENERAL
INFORMATION

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DEFINITIONS

  • A neurobiological in origin of SpLD (International Dyslexia Association, 2002);

  • Unexpected difficulty in reading most commonly caused by a difficulty in phonological processing (S. Res. 284, 115th Cong. 2017).

SYMPTOMS THAT LIKE DYSLEXIA

  • Difficult with reading, e. g. read below age and misreads common words (e. g. “from” as “for”).

  • Difficult with spelling and writing, e. g. confuses similar looking letters or words (e. g. “b” or “d” and “there” or “then”

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DYSLEXIA STATISTICS

  • 5.3% - 11.8% in US (Katusic et al., 2001)

  • 9.7% - 12.6% in Hong Kong (Chan et al., 2007)

  • No Study in Indonesia but estimated match international rate of 3 to 10%

MASALAH KESULITAN BELAJAR

SPECIFIC LEARNING DIFFERENCES

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DYSLEXIA CENTER INDONESIA

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