TRUMBULL — Some people might view video games and online gaming as a pleasant diversion, or worse, a waste of time. But for Christine El Eris’s son, the activity has been life-changing.
“I know digital games and gaming can be controversial, but as a parent of a son who has dyslexia and who has experienced a lot of breakthroughs through using gaming as well as through-reading graphic novels, these things have really helped him harness his ability to decipher words and read,” El Eris said.
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