A learning disability (LD) is a group of disorders that negatively impact the ability to learn. Learning disabilities make it more challenging to learn how to read, write, do math, listen, and speak.
Those with learning disabilities very often show a large discrepancy between their intelligence and their school performance. In fact, a learning disability is only diagnosed in those with at least an IQ of 85!
Intelligence is rarely an issue in those with a learning disability. Learning disabilities are lifelong conditions that can be very successfully managed, but never go away. Once you have a learning disorder, you have it for life.
Learning disabilities are more common than you might think.
- Nearly 1 out of 5 people in the US has a learning disability.
- Nearly 3 million children between the ages of 6 and 21 have some form of learning disability and receive special education services.
A learning disability can be a significant challenge to overcome, but with your help, your child can find success and happiness.
Buy this eBook to learn more about your child’s learning disability and the role you play.
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