Hyperlexia is a common disorder but is not talked about much today, which may be due to the fact that hyperlexia can be misdiagnosed. However, if properly diagnosed at an early age, hyperlexia can be treated....
Hyperlexia was initially identified by Silberberg and Silberberg (1967), who
defined it as the precocious ability to read words without prior training in learning
Hyperlexia— precocious reading ability in very young children—can present
itself in several ways which are described in this article by Darold Treffert, MD.
Jul 8, 2013 ... Instead what those children 'outgrew' were conditions such as hyperlexia (
children who read early) or Einstein Syndrome (children who speak ...
In other words, a very young child may be hyperlexic if he can already read individual words but has a terrible time understanding or speaking to you.
There is no absolute answer to the question, but according to one review of research:
We interpret the literature as s... More »
Although hyperlexia may be the key symptom in describing the learning
difference in a child, it is not a stand-alone diagnosis. Rather, it exists on a
WHAT IS HYPERLEXIA ? Hyperlexia Hyperlexia has many characteristics similar
to autism and some consider it to be an autism spectrum disorder. Because of.
Hyperlexia. We, the clinical staff at the Center for Speech and Language
Disorders, have more than 21 years of experience in identifying children with
Hyperlexia has also been defined as "advanced word-recognition skills in
individuals who otherwise have pronounced cognitive, social, and linguistic ...
Hyperlexia. By Becky L. Spivey, M.Ed. Hyperlexia is a syndrome that has
characteristics and symptoms that are similar to those of autism spectrum and