This report was jointly written by AThEME researchers from the University of Verona and the University of Reading. In it, researchers provide a review of the remediation therapies that can be used in the rehabilitation of Developmental Dyslexia (DD), emphasising morphological instruction as a promising strategy for compensating the phonological deficits exhibited by both monolingual and bilingual dyslexic children. After briefly discussing DD (its manifestations, relationship with other developmental disorders such as Specific Language Impairment (SLI)), research conducted within the context of AThEME is presented. Based on these results, researchers propose that morphological training could be a viable and effective strategy for the treatment of reading difficulties in both monolingual and bilingual children.

Report on design of new teaching methods and remediation tools for dyslexia