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From pedagogics and psychology perspective the most widely accepteol concept is linking dyslexia to the vision, hearing, motority of eyes disturbances as well as manual skills and eye to hand coordination Koluska The position of dyslectic child is very hard because his or her disability is unable to catch on with the school curiculum.

With the introduction of teaching of reading at pre-school level the matter is even more current Burtowy, Twardowski, Therefore early intervention of a therapist is a necessary means in order wita szulc kulturoterapia stop of further development of the disability and other secondary disabilities.

Over the recent years we have seen a drift from the concept of pedagogic reeducation aimed at reducing the negative results of the learning process. The present trend is to prophylaxis and of the activities focused on personality aspects of the learning process Burtowy.

Prophylaxis one hand on enabling the ability to write and to read and on the other on eliminating negative factors from the environment. The correcting activities include improvement of disturbed psychological functions however personality functions include motivation for learning and improvement of self-esteem.

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The authors are of the opinion that in the therapeutic education it is possible to apply the methods borrowed from the art. However in broader meaning art. Culture Therapy, according to Szulc is an activity focused on an indyvidual and his her environment, taken up in wita szulc kulturoterapia to restore or bolster health and dedicated to improve the quality of life.

Knowing the above mentioned we have considered hypothesis that art. A learning disability is an impairment in one or more cognitive processes such as attention, memory, visual perception, or written or spoken language Levine, Manifestations of learning disabilities are seen in problems with reading, mathematics, spelling, or comprehension.

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Examples of learning disabilities include dysgraphia difficulty writingdyslexia difficulty reading and visual-perceptual disorders. Slowness in processing information may be a major factor in dyslexia.

For example, dyslexic children seem to identify letters so slowly that before they can recognize one letter, it has been pushed out of sensory memory by the next ones. At the same time these children seem to process sights more rapidly than sounds, so that their attention moves to the next word before they retrieve the implicit pronunciation of the first.

Dyslexic children also take longer to name pictures, colors, and numbers than most children, apparently requiring more time to retrieve a label from memory. For exemple, they do poorly when asked to repeat the order of a few words or digits they have just read.

This problem also affects their performance on such nonverbal tasks as repeating the order in which someone has touched a collection of colored bloks. Etiologic Theories of Dyslexia Etiologic explanations for the cluster of disorders classified as dyslexia remain inconclusive. A number of etiologic factors have been known to place a child at risk for developing a learning disability.

Such factors include familial patterns, early childhood illness, perinatal injury or stress, environmental deprivations, nutritional deficiences, and stressful life Levine, A child from a lower socioeconomic background may be at greater risk for developing a learning disability because of danger of poor health care, poor nutrition, and lack of parental models to stimultate learning readiness skills.

The predominant theme in many papers on dyslexia is to seek the cause of the disorder in genetic factors, langague disturbance, disorders of neurophisiologic body mechanisms related wita szulc kulturoterapia slower growth of central nervous system.


From pedagogics and psychology perspective the most widely accepted concept is linking dyslexia to the vision, hearing, motority of eyes disturbances as well as manual skills and eye to hand coordination Koluska, Dyslexic child as a student The severity of learning disabilities may vary at different ages.

For this reason, early identification and intervention is crucial for a learning disabled child to achieve wita szulc kulturoterapia success.


Once a child is identified as having a learning disability, an appropriate school program with special education can be planned and provided. A pupil with dyslexia finds himself in a difficult situation when he is forced to follow wita szulc kulturoterapia school curroculum.

The problem is even more sensitive for pre-school education. Educational Therapy The last years have seen a drift away from the concept of educational therapy that is the therapy aiming at eliminating poor performance results.

The present stance argues that the education therapy consists not only of improvement of disorder function — but also counter measures as well activities influencing personality aspects wita szulc kulturoterapia the learning process.