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Your child eats everything, runs like a Bambi, is intelligent, friendly, healthy and good in all aspects, until he starts going to school and suddenly, without knowing why, starts to have problems. He has no adaptation or behavior problems. Your child has trouble learning. And even if he is still the most wonderful child in the world, you will have to help him control this problem.
A child with a learning disability has difficulty with skills such as reading, spelling, listening, speaking, reasoning and with mathematics. That does not mean that a child has all these difficulties. The problems vary according to the children. It also does not mean that children with learning disabilities are lazy or lazy. What happens is that their brains process information in a different way. In general, problems begin to be identified as early as 5 years of age, when children go to school. You have to differentiate a specific problem to learn from those that persist year after year. When the difficulty of learning persists, an evaluation can be requested by the school to confirm if the child has learning disabilities or not.
There are signs that can make parents suspect that their children have learning disabilities. More than signs, it is a basic profile of a child with this difficulty:
1- Difficulty understanding and following tasks and instructions.
2- Difficulty assimilating and remembering what someone just told you.
3- Difficulty mastering basic reading, spelling, writing and / or math skills.
4- Difficulty distinguishing between right and left, to identify words, etc. His tendency is to write letters, words or numbers backwards.
5- Difficulty coordinating walking, playing sports, or even dressing or tying the shoelace.
6- Difficulty organizing and maintaining books and school supplies.
7- Difficulty locating in time.
8- Difficulty controlling your irritation or excitement. If your child has one or more of the difficulties mentioned, it would be good to discuss it with his teacher and seek help as soon as possible. Lack of control over learning problems can lead to major problems such as school failure and social maladjustment. Only a specialist can determine if the child has trouble learning because of disorders such as dyslexia, hyperactivity, autism, dyscalculia, or language problems.
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