World Dyslexia Day
World Dyslexia Day is held on November 8. This event in the first decade of the month November is annual. Help us
November 8 marks World Dyslexia Day, a disorder characterized by difficulty in learning to read and understand content fluently and accurately.
The treatment is based on different techniques and the experience of the therapist, who focuses on the affected areas of the child with exercises aimed at correcting or establishing the appropriate basis for reading and writing, visual perception management, phonological processing, aspects related to thinking, auditory and visual memory, among others.
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World Freedom Day on November 9 (United States);
International Tempranillo Day on November 9 (Celebrated always on the 2nd Thursday of November);
World Chicken Day on November 9 (Second Thursday of November);