In the last blog, we asked why dyslexia is so misunderstood and mishandled today. We discussed dyslexia research and the most basic definition of dyslexia, which is experiencing trouble with the written word. We used the analogy of a tree to discuss the simplest and lowest level, the leaves, which correlate to the written words
“It [dyslexia] is the most misunderstood of all disorders because it is incorrectly perceived as a reading problem owing to mental reversal or transposition of letters.” ~Robert Melillo, fellow Doctor of Chiropractic and teacher of Childhood Development Disorders classes for the International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation. Not only do I agree with Dr.