There's only one official type of dyslexia. But over the years scientists have explored the idea that there might be different subtypes of dyslexia. Learn about two of the more widely mentioned subtypes: phonological and surface dyslexia.
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What dyslexia is called depends upon the type of specialist who did the testing, and their understanding and knowledge of dyslexia.