Global statistics show that about 10 per cent of the population has dyslexia of varying degrees. It is estimated that about 2,700 pre-schoolers in Singapore require support for dyslexia-related challenges every year.

Pre-school educators usually narrow their focus to coaching children with dyslexia in reading and writing skills, and tend to overlook other areas in which these students may be gifted, say educational therapists of the Dyslexia Association of Singapore (DAS).


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