Hyperlexia is a syndrome characterized by a child's precocious ability to read,
combined with difficulty in understanding and using verbal language, and ...
Hyperlexia is a syndrome that is characterized by a child's precocious ability to
read (far above what would be expected at their age), significant difficulty in ...
Hyperlexia— precocious reading ability in very young children—can present
itself in several ways which are described in this article by Darold Treffert, MD.
By Julie Whaley Gordon's favorite activity as a young child was spinning. He liked
to spin things, and he liked to spin himself. We never went.
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 »
WHAT IS HYPERLEXIA ? Hyperlexia Hyperlexia has many characteristics similar
to autism and some consider it to be an autism spectrum disorder. Because of.
Jul 8, 2013 ... Instead what those children 'outgrew' were conditions such as hyperlexia (
children who read early) or Einstein Syndrome (children who speak ...
Hyperlexia has also been defined as "advanced word-recognition skills in
individuals who otherwise have pronounced cognitive, social, and linguistic ...
Feb 12, 2015 ... Hyperlexia: Separating 'Autistic-like' Symptoms from “Autism”: Children Who
Read Early or Speak Late by Darold A. Treffert, M.D.. There is a ...
Jan 26, 2012 ... Two boys with autism: one with Apraxia and one with Hyperlexia. How are they
different? What are the challenges, and how do they ...