Learning Disabilities

How Do You Know If A Child Has A Learning Disability?

All children do not learn in the same way or at the same pace. But most children can master basic skills in speaking, reading, writing, spelling, and math in the early grades of school or before. For the child with a learning disability, however, it is extremely difficult to progress in one or more of these basic skills without special help.

The child with an LD has a cluster of difficulties in one or more of these four categories:

1.Speaking and listening.
2.Reading, writing, and spelling.
3.Reasoning skills.
4.Arithmetic concepts and computation.


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