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Ways To Help Your Child With Learning Disability

18 Jun 2019 03:54

A learning disability is a neurological condition that causes difficulty in reading, spelling, writing, recalling, reasoning and organizing information. Even though a learning disability cannot be completely cured, there are many ways to support kids with the condition in dealing with it. Listed below are some things that can be done to help a child […]

Signs & Symptoms Of Learning Disabilities

24 May 2019 06:31

A learning disability is a term used to define difficulty in the ability to learn new skills, understand new information and put this knowledge to use. Learning disabilities are also known as learning disorders and encompass a number of learning problems related to reading, writing, listening, speaking and reasoning. Even though learning disabilities manifest differently […]

Improving Reading Fluency

27 Apr 2019 11:32

Reading fluency refers to the ability to read fast, accurately and with proper expression. Also, it is important to read at a balanced speed. Fluent reading helps in improving the understanding of the subject. Let’s take a look at some tips for improving reading fluency: Read Aloud To Children: By reading aloud to children, one […]

Common Symptoms Of Dyslexia

12 Mar 2019 07:11

Dyslexia is a common learning disorder characterized by difficulty in reading and learning. The causes of Dyslexia have been linked to certain genes affecting reading & language processes of the brain, premature birth as well as lifestyle & health of the mother during pregnancy. However, timely assessment and intervention can help in managing the symptoms […]

Frequently Asked Questions About Learning Disabilities

22 Feb 2019 04:58

A learning disability is a condition that affects the processing and expression of information by an individual. The condition affects a child’s written expression, computation skills, comprehension, spelling and problem solving skills. A little awareness on learning disabilities and their management can help the afflicted in leading a normal life with minimal issues. Following are […]

Early Signs of Reading Difficulty

17 Jan 2019 11:13

Children with reading disabilities exhibit issues with retention, decoding and comprehending information. However, it is important to detect the disabilities at an early stage because they can be improved with the help of a therapist and some effort on the part of teachers as well as parents. Following are some signs that can be helpful […]

Recognizing Reading Problems

26 Dec 2018 07:16

Children may face difficulty in reading because of Dyslexia, ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), APD (Auditory Processing Disorder), Visual Processing Issues, or other issues that should be diligently probed. However, the good news is that if the cause of reading problem is detected early, parents along with the child’s teacher can make efforts to help […]

Talking To Your Child’s Teacher About Dyslexia

14 Nov 2018 06:44

A child’s parent is the first person to be aware of issues with his learning abilities. It’s the parent’s sole responsibility to communicate the difficulties a child may be facing at school with the teachers in a calm way. Communicating with your child’s teacher effectively will help reap the desired results fast. The communication between […]

Components of Reading Instruction

26 Oct 2018 09:58

Effective reading instruction helps learners foster their strengths and shore up their weaknesses when reading. The quality of instruction offered to learners/students is the key to form a strong foundation for reading that will last a life-time. Following is a list of some components of reading instructions validated by experienced teachers: Phonological And Phonemic Awareness: […]

Types of Learning Disabilities

24 Sep 2018 06:24

Learning disabilities are caused by a lag in processing certain information which in turn affects basic skills such as reading, writing and math. These disabilities also affect higher level skills like planning, organization, abstract reasoning, memory and attention. However, it is important to note that learning disabilities are not intellectual disabilities and sometimes those with […]

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