Learning Disability

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Learning Disability

The term learning disability (LD) is used to refer to a range of neurological conditions that affect one or more of the ways that a person takes in, stores, or uses information. Learning disabilities are specific, not global, impairments. For example, a person could have a learning problem which inhibits her ability to understand written information though the same information, delivered orally, might present no problem.

Signs and Symptoms

Teachers are often the first to notice that “something doesn’t seem right.” Most parents will, from time to time, see one or more of these warning signs in their children. However, if you see several of the below mentioned characteristics over a significantly long period of time, then your child is possibly at the risk of having a learning disability.Read More

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