Learning Disability


Learning disability is not a problem with intelligence or motivation. In fact, most children with a learning disability are just as smart as everyone else.

Their brains are simply wired differently. This difference affects how they receive and process information. Most of the kids have trouble with homework from time to time, if a certain area of learning is consistently problematic, it might indicate a learning disorder.

Common Learning Disabilities:

Dyslexia- Child has trouble understanding written words.

Dyscalculia- Child faces difficulty with regard to understanding and solving arithmetic and numerical concepts.

Dysgraphia- Child finds it tough to hold a pencil, to form and write letters.

Dyspraxia- Difficulties in activities requiring coordination and movement.

You can ensure your child gets the right help to overcome these problems and succeed in life. The sooner you move forward, the better your child’s chances for reaching his or her full potential.