Dyslexia is not a visual disorder; it’s a problem accessing the sound of spoken language. So while delayed speech or difficulty rhyming words can be signs of dyslexia in young children, reversing letters when learning to write is not. Remember, dyslexia affects people of all intelligence levels. In fact, students with dyslexia are usually fast and creative thinkers. Early screening and diagnosis along with early evidence based interventions and accommodations are critical to ensuring your child with dyslexia has a fulfilling future.