Children with learning disabilities understand information in a different way than normal ones. The problem lies within the way child with disabilities processes messages coming from real world. This occurs when a child hears, touches, sees, and read something, then the information is not communicated smoothly between his brain and body. This information may not be processed at all or may take longer time to make sense to him.
Identifying learning disability types
Dyslexia: Difficulties with written information.
Dysgraphia: Difficulties with putting thoughts and ideas into writing.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD): Difficulties controlling focus, impulse, energy levels, or some mix of the three.
Dyscalculia: Severe difficulties with numbers and patterns.
Auditory Processing Disorder: Difficulties with heard information, like instructions from a teacher or a parent.
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