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Hyperlexia

Lauren Adkins; Susan Anish; Denise Deditz; Phyllis Kupperman; Anne Layendecker; Misti Peppler; Julie Petrie; Christina Rees; Karen Supel; Terea Yurko

Hyperlexia

Therapy That Works

by Lauren Adkins; Susan Anish; Denise Deditz; Phyllis Kupperman; Anne Layendecker; Misti Peppler; Julie Petrie; Christina Rees; Karen Supel; Terea Yurko

  • 282 Want to read
  • 40 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nonfiction / Education

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsKaren Katz (Editor), Freddie Levin (Illustrator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatSpiral-bound
    Number of Pages54
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11704449M
    ISBN 100963792113
    ISBN 109780963792112
    OCLC/WorldCa64666533

    Hyperlexia book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.4/5.   Enjoys books and has long attention span for reading; Calm and alert baby; Learned to walk at 8 months by toddling toward favorite books; Doesn’t crawl or pull himself to stand; Favorite song is the ABC song; preference towards alphabet toys and wheels; Hyperlexia Type III at years.

      I am an SLP, and yet would also highly recommend this book for parents and teachers. Few resources exist to facilitate a child with hyperlexia's ability to comprehend what is decoded. Thankfully, this book is worth its sticker price. When Babies Read provides a wealth of ideas that are practical and s: The following books are worth a read, although as with most things to do with Hyperlexia, they are American, so not everything is entirely relevant to us in the UK: When Babies Read. A Practical Guide to Helping Young Children with Hyperlexia, Aspergrr Syndrome and High-Functioning Autism, A udra Jensen, Jessica Kingsley Publishers (), ISBN.

      Susan Martins Miller in her book Reading Too Soon writes, “Children with characteristics of hyperlexia tend to have strong memories for what they see and hear His strong memory lets him store and retrieve chunks or phrases-or even whole conversations. The system breaks down when these chunks must be dissected and rearranged to form original.   Types of Hyperlexia. Usually, parents of hyperlexic children have had to go through numerous evaluations and received various confusing and contradictory diagnoses applied ranging from autism, Asperger’s, or even Attention Deficit Disorder (or ADHD).Some children with autism do have types of hyperlexia, but it is not specific or confined to autism.


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Hyperlexia by Lauren Adkins; Susan Anish; Denise Deditz; Phyllis Kupperman; Anne Layendecker; Misti Peppler; Julie Petrie; Christina Rees; Karen Supel; Terea Yurko Download PDF EPUB FB2

The best resource I’ve come across, since being able to identify my daughter. (I’ve never heard of hyperlexia until about a month ago). This book really explains the way they think and process information.

It give strategies for assisting with their language development. I also appreciate the tone in which the book was written/5(12). About Hyperlexia Teaching Kits > Resources Contact Blog Impactful strategies for the Lexical Learner.

Resources and support for parents of AMAZING Letter Obsessed Word Loving Number Counting Visual Learning Late Talking kids. Learn about our First Words Kit. Hyperlexia is characterized by high-level reading skills, but other communication delays may be present at the same time.

Learn about the signs, diagnosis, and treatment of hyperlexia. The Hyperlexia Handbook is a free ebook, which means you will receive a PDF copy of the book.

That means you can read the book on any computer or mobile device or even print off a copy, if you'd prefer. A child with hyperlexia may need intervention to gain communication skills, while a gifted child may need to be provided with more challenging material. Characteristics of Hyperlexia Hyperlexia is a syndrome characterized by an intense fascination with letters or numbers and an advanced reading ability.

Hyperlexia book is a syndrome characterized by a child's precocious ability to was initially identified by Norman E. Silberberg and Margaret C.

Silberberg (), who defined it as the precocious ability to read words without prior training in learning to read, typically before the age of 5. They indicated that children with hyperlexia have a significantly higher word-decoding ability than.

Hyperlexia: children who read early—identifying the subtypes. Hyperlexia— precocious reading ability in very young children—can present itself in several ways.

In one group some neurotypical children simply read early; they may be reading at a sixth grade level at age 3 for example with no behavioral or other concerns. My son is now 4, he has grown of out some of the autistic-like traits as Hyperlexia type 3 kids do, and I will often give him a book to read to keep him entertained at the grocery store.

Hyperlexia is typically associated with kids who have pervasive developmental disorders (like autism) or specific language impairment. Of note, not all. Hyperlexia is defined as a precocious ability to read in children who have social, cognitive and linguistic handicaps[1].

Children with Hyperlexia generally have a greater intelligence quotient which is always above average and this gives them a greater word reading and comprehension ability which exceed that of other children of their age group. Whatever the point of recognition is, the right kind of intervention is crucial to the long-term outcome of children with hyperlexia.

Intervention at an early age can often be the difference between long-term communication issues, and academic issues in the areas of reading comprehension and vocabulary. Teaching students with hyperlexia, or a precocious ability to decode text, can be an interesting challenge.

This lesson discusses the relationship between hyperlexia and reading comprehension. Presently, a hyperlexia handbook is being prepared to help separate out the typical symptoms and behaviors in the three kinds of hyperlexia.

Subscribe to the Treffert Center e-newsletter so you can be the first to know when the handbook is available. Hyperlexia by the Book. 63 likes. Hyperlexia by the Book was created by a long-time educational therapist and diagnostician in response to her experience with her own son with hyperlexia.

And what hyperlexia is, is the ability to recognize letters and to read, to have a hyper-awareness of letters and sometimes, numbers and to be able to read phonetically without any teaching.

A list of 70+ books for kids with hyperlexia. Yes, finally a list of books that is hyperlexic kid approved. When my hyperlexic son was a toddler, I read the book.

3 Hyperlexia: Therapy That Works This book is dedicated to the families and children who inspire us. Special thanks to: Sue Anish, whose idea it was to create this book. Carrie Rinker-Schaeffer, whose energy and enthusiasm as President of the American Hyperlexia Association spurred us on.

Ellen Ferguson, for her book design and computer skills. Hyperlexia, type III This is a less frequent form of hyperlexia and it is the one sometimes inappropriately diagnosed as "autism" because of the failure to distinguish 'autistic-like' symptoms Author: Darold Treffert.

Hyperlexia By Becky L. Spivey, Hyperlexia is a syndrome that has characteristics and symptoms that are similar to those of autism spectrum and other language disorders, as well as attention deficit disorder, hearing impairments, and intellectual disability. The term hyperlexia once described children who could read before the.

Help for Hyperlexia: Teach sequencing and cause/effect. Learners must be able to reflect on the events in the story and what happened. Considering story-retell activities that help learners order the events (preferably using visuals) and describe the events one by one.

This diagnosis, also known as “precocious reading” often, but not always, co-exists with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Children with hyperlexia generally an early and strong interest in letters, symbols and patterns at an age much earlier than is typically seen in children.

For almost 40 years, CHAT has been at the forefront of hyperlexia diagnosis and therapy.Tag your photos on Instagram with –>.

I would love to see them! Or if you’re simply fascinated in learning and seeing more, then be sure to follow –> for photos, as well as useful hyperlexia resources and articles (–>).

Want more information on hyperlexia? –> for additional information, news articles, recommended books, and more.What is Hyperlexia? The Hyperlexic Learning Style Selected Strategies The Reader Reading To Soonand The Hyperlexia Handbookcan also be excel-lent resources, but remember that a teacher may not have the time to read books initially.

Perhaps copies can be provided to the teacher so that he/she may keep them as references throughout the school.