Does your child have a learning disability?

A learning disability means that there is a difference in the brain that affects how the information is received, processed and communicated.

Children with learning differences hear, see, and understand things differently.  Learning challenges can be divided into three main categories: academic skills (reading and writing), speech and language (difficulties with pronunciation, articulation or comprehension), and problems with memory and motor skills.

Learn more about Dyslexia

Learn more about ADHD

Learn more about Auditory and Visual Processing Disorder

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