By the time most kids are in 1st grade, they've mastered the beginnings of reading, writing, and simple arithmetic, even having fun along the way. But for some children, grasping these basic skills is perplexing and frustrating.
Does your child struggle to read the study material or anything loud? Do you often or periodically find your child struggling with home work or reading? Your child might have a learning disorder. Here's more on it.
It’s often a parent who spots the first signs of a learning disability. Here's some help for parents to identify the signs of learning disability in their children.
For some children, despite having no known physical or mental disability, learning to read, write, spell, do maths, dress, throw and catch a ball, or organize themselves presents significant challenges.
Parents often instinctively know that their child is not developing as he should, is really struggling to learn to read and write or is exhibiting certain behaviours that are concerning them.The whole process of formal diagnosis can be lengthy and...
Does your child have trouble paying attention, having conversations or finishing projects? Is reading, writing or math a struggle? These behaviors and challenges could be signs of a learning or attention issue. Check out the quizzes to learn more.
Take this quiz to have a clear understanding of your child's learning abilities and to know if there are any disabilities.
Learning disabilities are usually not diagnosed until students have been in school for about two years. Often, there are early signs of Learning Disabilities parents may notice. More importantly, there are also strategies and resources that can he...