12 Jun Undiagnosed at School: Why Many with Dyslexia Don’t Get Help
Undiagnosed at School: Why Many with Dyslexia Don’t Get Help
Project Baltimore’s phone lines are lighting up over concerns about the devastating impact of undiagnosed learning disabilities. Most all the callers saying their dyslexia was not diagnosed by the public school system.
“I would say it’s because if they diagnosed it, that they’d have to pay for the intervention, and it becomes a funding issue,” says Paula Moraine from the International Dyslexia Association in Towson.