Learning Difficulties affects a child’s ability to recognize and manipulate numbers, or sounds in language and decoding new words.
This causes difficulty with academic skills such as applying mathematical principles to solve problems, reading, writing and spelling.
Specific learning disability affects Between 5 and 15 percent of students in a classroom. As such, Early intervention is very important to improves the student’s ability to reach his/her academic potential, and also it prevents the development of low self-esteem and behavior problems that might interfere with their ability to learn.
A learning difficulty might often be termed a “hidden disability.” A person challenged by a learning difficulty is generally of average or above average intelligence, and many are able to hide the fact that certain aspects of academic learning give them issue for years, leaving these issues unaddressed until high school or later. The difficulty arises in the gap between the individual’s potential for achievement and ability to achieve, which is often hampered by a difficulty in receiving or processing information.
Dyslexia can be verbal or nonverbal. Verbal affect one’s ability to read, write, or otherwise process spoken or written words, while nonverbal learning challenges can make it harder for an individual to process visual information or master abstract concepts like fractions. Some types of learning disabilities can also make it difficult for an individual to focus: At least 20% of those with learning disorder have a condition that impacts the ability to focus or concentrate.
Here in the centre we use different techniques to defeat these disorders. one of these Techniques is Behavioral therapy to helps preventing escape or avoidance behavior that can lead to academic regression and poor self-esteem