Learning Dyspraxia

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Learning Dyspraxia

Learning disabilities and disorders affect the brain’s ability to receive and process information and make it difficult for a person to learn in the same way as someone without a learning disability. As a result, academic concerns can occur creating issues of poor performance academically on assignments, homework, and testing. But academic struggles can also occur in a variety of other areas of life, creating increasing stress and interfering with home, work and social aspects of life as well. Academic concerns can range from child bullying concerns and aggressive behavior toward teachers to difficulties grasping information in the classroom. Other types of academic struggles may include:
  • Learning disabilities
  • Bullying at school
  • Disinterest in school topics
  • Confusion over topics of study
  • Under-achieving in studies
  • Procrastination and time management issues

Struggles in academics, focus and attention issues are common in schools today but are not always rooted in learning disabilities. Other disorders affecting the brain that can make learning a particularly difficult challenge, include Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD) and Autism spectrum disorders. There is increasingly more information concerning the brain’s natural ability to reorganize itself and innovative treatments in place to assist in re-wiring those faulty connections. New understanding of the brain’s inner workings has brought important discoveries and renewed hope to families and students who struggle with processing information and utilizing normal lines of communication.

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