Reading and Learning Disabilities

According to the Learning Disabilities of America, the term "Learning Disability" is an umbrella term used to describe a number of learning difficulties. Some learning disabilities may include dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, dyspraxia, apraxia, central auditory processing disorder, non-verbal learning disorders, aphasia, dysphasia and visual perceptual/visual motor deficit.

Generally speaking, individuals with learning disabilities have average to above average intelligence level, with deficits in very specific areas. The difficulty with learning disabilities is that they are not always apparent or easy to detect and identify. As such, sometimes a great deal of time goes by before a learning disability is identified. Even then, appropriate services may not be immediately available. That is why it is imperative that parents take the lead to teach their children to read before they begin school!

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