number dyslexia?

United States
July 31, 2011 7:38pm CST
Number dyslexia targets most americans and abroad despite of how smart or how impaired people are. A person can see a two digit number and hyperventilate. I have problems being fearful of everyday math despite of how easy it is. I noticed Dyscalculia has it's own name and there are many sites to overcome it. Kids are starting a new year of school now, it's a good thing to keep them thinking about arithamatic
2 responses
1 Aug 11
i have a very strange thing with numbers, i wouldn't say i'm dyslexic but i mess them up all the time. for example, my partners birthday is the 14th of sept. but because sept is the 9th month, i usually end up saying her birthday is the 19th.. and i have a tendency to switch double numbers back to front, but only in my speech lol!
@jsae29 (1122)
• Philippines
1 Aug 11
my son was diagnosed with level 2 dyslexia when he was 8 years old. I noticed his difficulty in reading words and numbers when he was 5 years old. My husband and I enrolled him to a special school and supported him well in his studies. He is now 12 years old and a first year high school student at a regular school. He can now read very well and solve math problems quite fairly. He's also a taekwondo and swimming athlete.