Mack Gardner-Morse: Earlier intervention key to improve reading in Vermont students

Early remediation is more effective and vital to a child’s emotional well-being. “(T)here is no question that early intervention and treatment bring about more positive change at a faster pace,” says Sally Shaywitz, M.D., professor of Pediatric Neurology at Yale School of Medicine. She continues, “The sooner a diagnosis is made, the quicker your child can get help, and the more likely you are to prevent secondary blows to her self-esteem.”

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