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dyslexia and the brain 9m34s

What parts of our brain light up when we read? How does the brain of a child with dyslexia work differently? Our expert walks us through dyslexia and the brain. In this video, Guinevere Eden, PhD, explains which parts of our brain we use when we read, how our brains change when we learn to read, and the difference that a successful dyslexia intervention can make in brain function. She also highlights what people with dyslexia can do better than their peers. Keep in mind, that kids with thinking and learning differences can thrive and have their own strengths.

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