Do You Suspect Your Child May Have a Learning Disability?
Although every child may encounter some trouble with homework, tests and assignments, if a certain area of learning is consistently problematic it may indicate a learning disability, a term used to describe a neurological condition that interferes with learning. If your child has a learning disability it doesn’t mean they are not smart, lazy or unintelligent, it just means they learn differently than the average student.
Children with learning disabilities can achieve academic success, and do every day. However, understanding their learning disability and addressing it appropriately is important to helping them succeed. At The Learning Curve, we can help identify learning difficulties, including dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, language-based disorders, auditory processing disorders or visual processing disorders, and develop a plan to support your child and encourage his or her success.
The Learning Curve Approach
Pre-screening to identify any learning disabilities