Early intervention is crucial and most often children identified early, pulled out, and given the skills are able to be mainstreamed within a year's time.
Other children with wider gaps take upto 2 years to acquire the skills and be mainstreamed.
From Class 6 upwards, the gaps are quite large and children need to be taught at their own pace sometimes dropping subjects that they are unable to cope with. These children prefer to complete their 10th and 12th at Ananya . Many go back to the mainstream school after their 10th.
A group of parents of children with dyslexia, educationists empathetic to the cause, and philanthropists founded MDA in 1992. Madras Dyslexia Association (MDA) is a non-profit service organization established to take a pragmatic approach to helping children with “Dyslexia”.