Assessing Orthographic Processing When Testing for Dyslexia

Published By Schoolhouse Educational Services, Inc. March 20, 2020
The surface type of dyslexia is characterized by poor orthographic processing, which can include difficulties with spelling, sight word recognition, slow reading rate, and difficulty decoding irregular words. Orthographic processing occurs in the fusiform gyrus. Dr. Milton Dehn discusses orthographic processing and his assessment recommendations in a free recorded 11-minute webinar.
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Test of Orthographic Competence (TOC)

To comprehensively assess orthographic processing, Dr. Dehn recommends the TOC.

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