JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Fla. -- Many families are working with children who have dyslexia. Their children spend hours at night trying to do homework or struggling to read a book.
First Coast News Consumer Reporter David Williams sat down with one family still going through the struggle. It is still a struggle for the Davis family and one of their girls. But they tell FCN things are getting much better and there is hope.
The Davises love all 3 of their daughters. But this story focuses on one; 11-year-old Megan. She was at school during the interview with her parents.
"She is one of the kindest people you would ever meet," Megan's mother, Teri said.
From birth, they've watched her grow. But around age 2, they noticed something as other children's vocabulary developed.
"Megan was still grunting at two-year-old," Teri said. "Not really saying words."