There's a Dyslexic in the Counseling Center [microform] / Dick Shelton
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- Shelton, Dick
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- [Washington, D.C.] : Distributed by ERIC Clearinghouse, 1976
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Though dyslexia is most common in elementary-school-age children, some students enter college with dyslexic symptoms. They are faced with a very frustrating experience unless assistance becomes available. The college counseling center has the means to offer the needed assistance. This article describes typical deficit patterns of dyslexic students. It offers a sample case summary of one student with reading difficulties, and outlines the six-point program developed by the counseling center to help him improve his grades. (Author/BP)
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