Learning Disorders


Learning Disorders

                        Generally speaking, people with learning disabilities are of average or above-average intelligence. There often appears to be a gap between the individual’s potential and actual achievement. This is why learning disabilities are referred to as “hidden disabilities”: the person looks perfectly “normal” and seems to be a very bright and intelligent person, yet may be unable to demonstrate the skill level expected from someone of a similar age.

        A learning disability cannot be cured or fixed; it is a lifelong challenge. However, with appropriate support and intervention, people with learning disabilities can achieve great success in school, at work, in relationships, and in the community.

        Learning disorders are caused by a difference in the brain of the child that affects how information is Received, Processed, or Communicated Children and adults with learning disabilities have trouble processing sensory information because they see, hear,  understand things differently.

        A child with a learning disability will not be helped by usual methods like trying harder, paying closer attention, or improving motivation. What they really need is psychological help to learn how to do those things. We offer early diagnosis and proper management with psychological tests, tools counseling, and advice for the child, parents, and teachers. 


Learning disorders are:

  • Dyslexia - Difficulty in processing language, Problems reading, writing, spelling, speaking

  • Dyscalculia - Difficulty with math the usual Problems are difficulties in understanding Math problems, Understanding time and problems in how to use money

  • Dysgraphia - Difficulty with writing. The child usually has Problems with handwriting, spelling, organizing ideas. The lefties are more prone to have this condition.

The common symptoms are

  • Difficulty in writing – Copywriting

  • Confusion between  ’d' &  ‘b’, ‘M’ & ’W’

  • Confusion between ‘p’  &  ‘q’

  • ‘g’ written with the leg on left side

  • Dyspraxia – Sensory integration Disorder A disorder that is characterized by difficulty in muscle control, which causes problems with fine movement, balance, coordination, language, and speech; and can affect learning. Although not a learning disability, dyspraxia often exists along with dyslexia, dyscalculia, or ADHD.

  • Auditory processing disorder Difficulty hearing differences between sounds which leads to problems with reading, comprehension, language

  • Visual processing Disorder Difficulty interpreting visual information which leads to

problems with reading, math, maps, charts, symbols, pictures

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