Dyslexia is a neurological disorder that is hereditary and affects the way a person reads, spells and writes. Dyslexia affects at least 15% to 20% of the worldwide population, regardless of age, gender, culture or language. Following an evaluation by a professional specializing in dyslexia, the appropriate treatment will be planned. Children suffering from dyslexia feel confusion, frustration and anxiety. They are often teased by their classmates, leading to poor self-image and even depression. The correct diagnosis, as early as possible, makes a huge difference in the life of a dyslexic child.