A learning disability with impairment in reading (formerly referred to as Dyslexia) is the inability or difficulty in interpretting written language inspite of normal or above-normal intelligence. This "reading disability" can impact upon phonological awareness or decoding, orthographic decoding, and even auditory short-term memory, and is considered to be the most common learning disability.
A learning disability with impairment in reading occurs when there is an issue in the areas of the brain that help to interpret language and is not, in fact, caused by visual impairments. While a disorder which affects the ability to read, Dyslexia in no way impairs the ability to think or understand complex ideas. Use these instructional strategies to support your learners diagnosed with Impairment in Reading