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Dylexia Tuition

What-is-dyslexia?

The word dyslexia comes from Greek - dys meaning difficulty and lex meaning speak, hence dyslexia refers to difficulty with words or languages. It is a learning disability that affects the way a child learns to read, write and spell. This often, in turn, shows up in the child's inability to cope with school work.
Most people associate dyslexia with mirror writing - that is writing letters in reversal e.g writing b as d. This however is just one sign and does not occur in all cases. Other problems experienced by dyslexics include:-
  • Difficulty learning to speak
  • Poor reading ability, despite exposure to books at a younger age
  • Lots of misspellings, even of common words, eg 'blue' for 'bule', 'does' for 'dose', 'god' for 'dog', 'b' for 'd', 'p' for 'q'
  • Weak working memory. Difficulty remembering telephone numbers, lists of instructions and taking notes in class
  • Uncertain of left and right
  • Problems copying, from the board or book
  • Poor handwriting
  • This is 'HELLO' for '0773H'. What is your thought?
Not all those who have difficulties with these skills are dyslexic. A formal psychological testing is the only way to confirm a diagnosis of suspected dyslexia.

How is dyslexic brain function?

Dyslexia affects up to 4 to 5% of the people in Singapore, but the experience of dyslexia isn't always the same. The difficulty in processing language exists along a spectrum:- one that doesn't necessarily fit with labels like "normal" and "defective".
Kelli Sandman-Hurley urges us to think again about Dyslexic Brain function and to celebrate the neuro-diversity of the Human Brain.
 

Decoding Dyslexia

 


What is it Like Being Dyslexic?

This comic tells the story of a dyslexic child struggling at school. Find out typical dyslexic difficulties and their strengths. It based on the school days of the creator of the Learning Program.
Children with dyslexia need to be identified as early as possible so strategies can be put in place to help.

 

Home Tuition Fee (Special Needs Educational Therapists)

(For all Home Visit: 1.5hr per lesson - minimum. Estimated Hourly Rate S$ per Qualification)
Student Level
Part-time Educational Therapist (Diploma)
Full-time Educational Therapist (Degree)
Therapist visits your Home
Pre-School
$55 - 75/hr
$60 - 75/hr
1.5hr per lesson (minimum)
Pri 1~2
$60 - 75/hr
$60 - 75/hr
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Pri 3~4
$65 - 75/hr
$65 - 75/hr
1.5hr per lesson (minimum)
Pri 5~6
$65 - 85/hr
$70 - 85/hr
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Sec 1~2
$75 - 85/hr
$75 - 90/hr
1.5hr per lesson (minimum)
Sec 3~5
$75 - 90/hr
$75 - 90/hr
2 hr per lesson (minimum)
(For all Home Visit: 1.5hr per lesson - minimum. Estimated Hourly Rate S$ per Qualification)

Request for Home Dyslexia Therapist Tutor

To engage a home Dyslexia therapist tutor, please submit the "Request-Tutor-Form" or Call us : Mobile: 9385-5548 for Assistance. We also accept voicemail, texts, What'sApp, if you want us to call you. We will find a suitable home Dyslexia therapist tutor for you, as per your Request-Form. Feel free to browse the links on this site for more information.
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