Not only is October ADHD Awareness Month AND Dyslexia Awareness Month, but it's also Learning Disability Awareness Month! According to Understood.org, 1 in 5 children have learning or attention issues, making it even more important raise awareness about the common signs and symptoms of these learning disorders but also to highlight the resources available to children struggling with learning disabilities. Find below a list of our most popular articles related to learning differences.
Learning disorders include Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia, and Dyspraxia. Find below a description of these learning disorders and possible signs and symptoms:
it’s time to start thinking about school supply shopping, and if you are a parent of a child with ADHD or learning differences, there are some materials that can help your child perform better in the classroom.
Increasingly, scientists are compiling definitive evidence that food additives are responsible for worsening ADHD symptoms and issues with learning. Here are the five ingredients found most likely to cause problems with nutrition and learning.
Word fluency is an essential component of reading for any learner, but it can prove especially challenging for kids with learning differences. With the aid of these exercises, your young reader can gain significant confidence and ability with word fluency.
If your child struggles with learning or has been diagnosed with a Learning Disorder, contact us online or find a center near you to learn more about how the Brain Balance Program can help.