The article says it all. This is why we must advocate for early screening and early intervention.
“One lesson is that intensive orthographic and phonological tutoring can really help. Another is that dyslexic children should be encouraged to keep reading, even though it is a struggle. And a third is that dyslexics’ difficulties with reading aren’t as hard-wired as we once feared. Experience makes a big difference, for ill and for good.”
Reading Experience May Change the Experience of Dyslexic Students