Dyslexia: sources and notes

- French Federation of Dys: www.ffdys.com

- The association DYS-POSITIF: //www.dys-positif.fr/

- C Billiards, Language Acquisition Disorders in Children, Medical-Surgical Encyclopedia (2014).

- B Echenne, Dyslexia dysorthographie: definition, neurological and physiopathological bases, Pediatric Archives, Volume 9, Supplement 2, May 2002.

Authors : Dr MC Bonduelle
Update : Dr. Ada Picard, Child Psychiatrist

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