Learning Disability


Learning disabilities (LD) are neurological disorders that can make it difficult to acquire certain academic and social skills. The symptoms include short attention span, poor memory, eye-hand coordination problems; poorly coordinated, inability to discriminate between/among letters, numerals, or sounds, poor reading and/or writing ability, difficulties with sequencing and/or disorganization and other sensory difficulties and delayed speech development; immature speech.

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Learning problem can be identified by monitoring all students’ progress closely. A medical examination, including a neurological exam, to identify or rule out other possible causes of the child’s difficulties, including emotional disorders, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and brain diseases. Psychological assessment and exploration of the youngster’s developmental, social, and school performance can help find the learning disability.


Certain medications and therapy are followed to overcome learning disabilities.

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