Learning Disability

Causes of Learning Disability

Genetic

Genetic

Brain Injury

Brain Injury

Perantal and Neonatal risk

Perantal and Neonatal risk

Psychosocial Deprivation

Psychosocial Deprivation

Substance-abuse during Pregnancy

Substance-abuse during Pregnancy

Lack of nurturing environment

Lack of nurturing environment

Premature Delivery

Premature Delivery

Sensory deficits

Sensory deficits

Symptoms of Learning Disability

Reading Difficulty

Reading Difficulty

Inattention

Inattention

Writing Issues

Writing Issues

Poor eye-hand coordination

Poor eye-hand coordination

Spelling Errors

Spelling Errors

Lack of Concentration

Lack of Concentration

Difficulty Remembering

Difficulty Remembering

Disorganised

Disorganised

Tips for Parents and Caregivers

1.Identyfy your child's learning style
2.regular communication with your child's teacher
3. appriciate your child
4. set a routine
5. Inculcate curiosity
6.engage the child in early literacy activities
7. keep them motivated

Tips for Teachers

1. Suuport the child and give them special attention
2. Find out their strengths and give positive feedback
3.Identify their weak points and take help of specialists
4. Breaking task in to a smaller steps, and giving directions verbally and in writing.
4. giving the more time to finish the work and take test.
5. let them borrow notes from classmates
6. Let the use technology for spell checks, grammer etc.

Learning Disability

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Frequently Asked Questions

From an early age, it's critical to keep an eye on your child's development and academic performance. Talk about your worries with your child's pediatricians, child psychologists, online counsellors, and other medical professionals, as they may help you rule out other medical problems (such as hearing loss or vision loss) and assist you in deciding whether further examination might be required. Talking with teachers and other educators may be beneficial as well, as they are the ones who observe your child in a classroom.
No, a learning disability just indicates that your child processes knowledge differently than his or her peers, and additional accommodations could be needed to assist your child master particular ideas and/or courses. In actuality, a lot of powerful people have battled learning difficulties. Without a doubt, kids with learning difficulties are just as capable of succeeding as those without learning difficulties. If you are worried about your child's cognitive abilities, get advice from a Top psychologist in India who will guide you with the educational and developmental needs of your child and provide assistance with other psycho-social issues.
Learning difficulties cannot be cured, although treatment and intervention can be very successful. In order to ensure that students learn effectively, the teaching approach, academic design, and information presentation need to be adjusted to the student's learning and processing styles. You might need to collaborate with the teachers and child psychologists to develop a support plan for your child. Long-term progress for your child will be improved the earlier you, and your child's teacher intervene to assist them.


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