Getting official diagnosis as soon as possible (through an education authority) is the first step towards beating AD. It is also worth finding out whether AD is being complicated by any other condition, such as Asperser’s Syndrome, ADD, Scotopic Sensitivity or Dyspraxia.
There are some very effective and scientifically tested ways for treating Adult Dyslexia problems that makes this learning disability aeasy to overcome, with proper and qualified special training methods and tools applied over a period of time to the patient’s lifestyle. It is advisable for family members and loved ones to encourage a person suffering from AD to make small, but significant changes that he or she can adapt to easily. Some of these are given below:
Tips For Managing With Adult Dyslexia
1. Those diagnosed with AD must find a way of receiving the special educational help designed for Adult Dyslexia – this is the quickest way for a Dyslexic person to learn.
2. It is never too late to start to overcome Dyslexic problems in adults; special teaching helps and so does joining a local society in the area for getting latest news and advice on the condition. Learning memory-enhancing tricks for remembering lists and orders is another great trick to help beat AD while asking persons to repeat verbal instructions, writing things down for you, read things to you, etc. are other methods.
3. Making the computer your friend can also help beat AD. E.g. using a computer makes it easier to type rather than write, saving time and effort expended on checking spelling and grammar facilities offered in the basic programs, making it an invaluable learning resource for those diagnosed with AD.
4. Lastly, using the computer to send emails rather than struggling with the telephone, playing memory games, reading, comprehension and typing games helps improve basic skills and also improves eye-hand coordination, etc.