Dyslexia in Miami, FL
WeMind Institute specializes in pediatric neurological care, as well as treatment for headaches and migraines, testing for ADHD, and children with autism. We offer diagnostic services for pediatric dyslexia for children who live in Miami, Doral, the greater Miami area, and the surrounding areas of Florida.
What is Dyslexia?
Dyslexia is a type of learning disability in which the person struggles with recognizing letters and words. The child may also have a hard time with understanding spoken words.
How Much Does Treatment for Dyslexia Cost?
WeMind Institute accepts most medical insurances for dyslexia treatment. Our patient coordinator reviews your coverage and explains any out-of-pocket costs that you may incur, such as co-payments, deductibles, and co-insurance.
What Are Some of the Dyslexia Symptoms in Children?
Most cases of dyslexia are diagnosed when the child begins school, but parents can watch for signs of dyslexia in children before school age. Some signs that may lead to a dyslexia diagnosis in children are:
- Learning to talk later than other children
- Difficulty remembering the names of colors, people, and letters
- Mixing up words when writing, talking, or reading
- Taking additional time to learn new vocabulary
What Causes Dyslexia in Children?
Dyslexia is not an indication of a child’s intelligence; rather, the child has a problem in the area of the brain that is responsible for processing written and spoken language. Unfortunately, many cases of dyslexia go undiagnosed, and the child struggles in school and social situations. This creates a sense of anxiety and low self-esteem in the child that further affects development.
What is Involved in Pediatric Dyslexia Treatment?
At WeMind Institute, we offer a dyslexia test for children to determine an accurate diagnosis. Advancements have been made in the development of curriculums specifically for children with dyslexia. The condition cannot be cured, so children learn innovative techniques to improve their language capacity in the spoken and written language. A positive support system is vital to helping the child overcome any negative feelings of having dyslexia, both at the school level and at home.
Why Choose WeMind Institute for Pediatric Neurology Treatment?
WeMind Institute works with children from birth to approximately 22 years old. Dr. Vasconcellos is a board-certified neurologist who specializes in pediatric neurology and headache medicine for families in Miami, Doral, the greater Miami area, and the surrounding communities in Florida. We also specialize in pediatric headaches and migraines, testing for ADHD, and working with children who have autism. WeMind Institute is known for offering the QbTest to diagnose ADHD, and we link parents with supplemental community programs for children with neurological disorders, including scholarships and school programs.
Dr. Elza Vasconcellos is a board-certified neurologist who specializes in pediatric neurology and headache medicine for families in Miami, Doral, the greater Miami area, and the surrounding communities in Florida. Contact us today to learn more about our pediatric dyslexia services and schedule an appointment.