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Bakersfield dyslexic disorder patients find relief
Posted January 23, 2014 By Bakersfield 23 (ABC)

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Almost one in every five people struggles struggles with dyslexia. It is a disorder that is not often addressed because of the nature of disabilities it brings with it. But there are new treatments that could help those struggling with dyslexia live a more normal life.

"It effects a lot of times with expressive and receptive language skills, as well as fine motor development and thinking skills too," said Andrew Barling of Stockdale Learning Center. According to Barling, who works with those with dyslexia, says that there is no known cure to the genetic disorder.

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