Accessing Memory

by Heidi Nord April 03, 2017

Accessing Memory

Dear Fans of Dyslexia,

For years, people have been frustrated when they have challenges learning how to read.

They often wonder:

"Why can't this come easily to me?"

"Am I smart enough?"

"What's wrong with me?"

"Why is Maria learning how to read, and I can't?"

"Why is this so unfair?"

"Why is homework so hard?"

The real truth is, people with dyslexia have difficulty accessing their rote memory.

Please watch this video, which simply shows how the brain of somebody with dyslexia has difficulty organizing rote information in their brain, and then has trouble accessing the information.

Thanks, 

Heidi Nord 




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