As in children, adult dyslexia symptoms do not go away. In the United States, researchers estimate that three to 10 percent of school-aged children are dyslexic. Dyslexia is more common in boys. Dyslexia's main manifestation is a difficulty in developing word-level reading skills in elementary school children, which persist throughout adulthood. Recent studies indicate that dyslexia is particularly prevalent among adults who own small businesses. Many of these people attain success by delegating responsibilities and excelling at verbal communication. Dyslexia can be substantially compensated for with proper training, and assistive technology. And many coping strategies are developed subconsciously by the individual dyslexic, which also help in the process. At LearningRx, we have the tools to help children and adults with dyslexia.