Learning Disability

A child with a learning disability has difficulty learning new things; this can include difficulty in school work or any other skill that they might take up. There are many kinds of learning disabilities that offer different challenges and are rooted either in your genes, developmental stages or environmental factors.

Common Learning Disabilities

Dyscalculia: Difficulty in learning or understanding math and logical problems. They can find the concept and handling time and money challenging.

Dysgraphia: Difficulty in writing because of poor motor skills. This can reflect in their handwriting, spelling and even in their organizational skills.

Dyslexia: Difficulty in reading and similar skills, resulting in difficulty in speaking and writing as well.

Dyspraxia: Difficulty with fine motor skills or dexterity. It can occur due to challenges in balance and hand-eye coordination. 

Dysphasia: Difficulty in comprehending spoken or written language.

Auditory Processing Disorder: Difficulty in distinguishing between different sounds.

Visual Processing Disorder: Difficulty in comprehending visual cues like maps, graphs, pictures, or even written language.

These different types of disabilities can even co-exist in a child. With the right treatment, many children with such disabilities grow up to be an independent person capable of handling responsibilities. However, others may need a bit more support in the future.

Treatment Of Learning Disabilities In Serene Mind Clinic

“The good news is that your brain can actually train and change,” says Dr. Manoj Kumar, the chief psychiatrist at Serene Mind Clinic. So, with some therapy, practice, and guided puzzle solving, a child can gain the skills required to become self-dependent in the future. Some of the load can be handled by advanced neuro medication. Coupled with family counseling and parenting skills training, your child has got a good shot in getting at par with their peers!