Understanding learning differences in children is critical, as successful academic achievement not only predicts eventual occupational success, it is also a strong predictor of a child’s psychological well being. The term ‘learning disorder’ relates to any neurodevelopmental disorder that interferes with academic or social learning processes. Traditionally defined learning disorders include Reading Disorder (Dyslexia), Math Disorder (Dyscalculia), and Writing Disorder (Dysgraphia)
Has your child recently been diagnosed with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) or other developmental challenges? Has therapy such as counseling, reading instruction, occupational therapy, or speech therapy been recommended?
Does your child:
Often display impulsive or inattentive behavior?
Have difficulty organizing and expressing ideas verbally?
Struggle with reading and writing?
View the world in new, creative ways?
Suffer from digestive problems, headaches, allergies, or other chronic health conditions?
Show more frustration and moodiness with school, friendships, and life in general?
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