Your child has been diagnosed with and treated for ADHD, but is still struggling to keep up with her classmates — though you know she's just as bright. Could there be something else going on?
In fact, many children with and without ADHD struggle with undiagnosed learning disabilities that make it difficult for them to read, write, compute, or understand at the same pace as other kids. Left untreated, LDs can cause self-esteem and academic struggles that reverberate all the way into adulthood.
What can you do? Begin by using the strategies in this eBook for:
PLEASE NOTE: This ebook is a downloadable PDF; it does not ship.
Proper diagnosis and treatment can put your child or yourself on a level playing field and on the path to a happy life. This report can help.
This comprehensive report includes many common learning disabilities that affect children and adults everyday. Chapters include:
If your child struggles with reading, it could be dyslexia.
Difficulties with handwriting and fine motor skills are characteristic of dysgraphia.
Math skills—including counting, understanding word problems, and using simple formulas—are challenging for someone with dyscalulia.
Most people haven't heard of NLD—but that doesn't mean it doesn't cause real problems.
When your brain has trouble making sense of sounds, it could be an auditory processing issue.
Language processing disorders can get in the way of speaking and listening to others.