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Learning disorders may affect as many as 1 in 5 children in the United States* and can not only inhibit a child's ability to learn and communicate effectively, but can also directly impact a child's self-esteem. 

Watch our video to learn more about the signs and symptoms of learning disorders in children!

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Learning Disorders in Children May Include Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia, and Dyspraxia:

  • Dyslexia is a reading disorder characterized by difficulty recognizing letters, learning letter sounds, and identifying rhyming words. 
  • Dysgraphia is a learning disability characterized by distorted and incorrect handwriting as well as issues with fine motor skills. 
  • Dyscalculia is a disorder characterized by problems with learning fundamentals that include one or more basic numerical skills. 
  • Dyspraxia, also called Apraxia, is a condition characterized by a significant difficulty in carrying out routine tasks involving balance, fine-motor control, and kinesthetic coordination.

Brain Balance can help with Learning Disorders in Children

Parents saw a 42% improvement, on average, in their child’s ability to learn in school after completing the Brain Balance program**.

If your child is having difficulty learning to read and write or appears to have marked issues with motor development, we invite you to consider the Brain Balance Program. Learn how Brain Balance gets to the root of the issue to help your child uncover their potential. 

Get started with a plan for your child today!

*Cited by the National Center for Learning Disabilities (https://www.ncld.org/the-state-of-learning-disabilities-understanding-the-1-in-5).

**Results based on a parent evaluation form filled out pre and post-program where the parents ranked a set of statements about their child, on a scale from 0-10 (0=not observed/does not apply and 10=frequently observed). Statement: Child has difficulty learning in school – 42% improvement for median student (2015-2018, data for 4,069 students where parents reported this issue).