When Learning is the Problem

Anglada, Tracy
January 2010
Pediatrics for Parents;Jan/Feb2010, Vol. 26 Issue 1/2, p25
The article discusses the learning disability in children. It states that a neurological disorder that interferes with the way a child's brain receives and processes information is called learning disability. It notes that depending on what part of the learning process goes wrong, there are many types of learning disabilities which include listening, motor skills and verbal dyspraxia. It notes that parents must talk to the teacher if they believe their child may have a learning disability.


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