Dyslexia is somebody’s fault.
Parents that didn’t read to the child enough when they were little.
Teachers didn’t teach well enough.
The students isn’t trying hard enough.
These phrases are so damaging, it is incomprehensible. Finger pointing and placing blame add to the damage that is already being done. It keeps adults from seeking and finding true answers that can make a difference. If language acquisition as we traditionally think of it is going to happen for a child, it begins early. Loving and caring parents do not cause dyslexia. To impair the language development of a child so significantly that it would create a need for remediation, would only pertain to a serious case of abuse.