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Avatar m tn Hi! My little sister has learning disabilities, and she's in a regular classroom. However, there are aids in her classroom and around the school. She is also allowed to go to the Special Education classroom if she's having a "bad day". I've noticed she does much better in a normal classroom with the other kids. She isn't as insecure about being teased, and she gets to be around her friends and her twin sister. She also just likes the whole classroom in general.
Avatar f tn Throughout the years as my son has gotten older he has dealt with learning disabilities. Socially he seems normal. He struggles in school....Our Pediatrican had him evaluated and he was just diagnosed as "learning disabled." His IQ is 62, however adaptive skills are great. Evaluation showed poor short term memory and processing speed. Just wondering what could cause it? Could breathing problems as a child cause this? I need more answers and don't know where to go next.
Avatar n tn Talked to mom about learning disabilities
Avatar n tn Is there a link between long-term prednisone use and learning disabilities? My daughter is experiencing significant math processing and reading/comprehension issues. I need medical journal articles that would help me. thank you.
5624042 tn?1372196566 According to the National Center for Learning Disabilities, 2.4 million children in the United States are diagnosed with a learning disability and receiving special education services. Within this staggering number, you might be wondering if your child’s poor grades, lack of interest in school or other intellectual or emotional problems are something more than poor study habits and boredom. If you are concerned that your child may be suffering from a learning disability, read on.
Avatar m tn My son was diagnosed of learning disability in 1998 in the middle school. Since then he was a special student till he graduated from High School in 2003. Since then he is going to different colleges but with zero GPA. I do not know whether he attends the college or not ? But I am sure he never takes final exam. He does not tell me any thing. He is playing computer games since childhood. Now he plays computer games the whole day and night.
Avatar f tn I am working on a graduate research paper about the connection between bipolar and learning disabilities. Any personal experience? Any comment on the subject? Thanks!
Avatar n tn I am 36 year old female with learning disabilities, and adhd, dyslexic. Would an mri help me decide what kind of treatment is best for me. I am on anti depressants for depression. But it would be awesome if there some way to see whats best for a specific person.
15695260 tn?1549593113 School may be around the corner for your kids which brings all of our hopes and ambitions for our children to mind. We want them to do well, make friends and learn whatever it is they need to know in order to be productive full grown people some day that WE don't have to support. But it's just not that easy for some. Learning disabilities affect a 8 to 10 percent of the population making them very common. How can you identify if your child has a learning disability? https://www.
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Avatar n tn HI, MY QUESTION IS, I HAVE AN 11 YEAR OLD SON WHO FELL OFF THE HOSPITAL BED WHEN HE WAS JUST 3 DAYS OLD. CAN THIS BE ONE OF THE REASONS WHY HE HAS LEARNING DISABILITIES? SUCH AS, ADD AND SO FORTH?
1472248 tn?1292611095 I appreciate receiving your comments ont this statment: "Learning disabilities refer to a group of disorders caused by brain dysfunction that may result from a lesion, a genetic abnormality or inadequate brain development. These disorders are manifested in arresting the development or deviant development of a skill related to one or other of the following areas: memory, attention, reasoning, coordination, communication, reading, writing and arithmetic.
Avatar n tn My sister is 33. She was diagnosed with Learning Disabilities in 3rd grade and later with ADD as well. She has trouble with reading comprehension, but also misenterprets what people say verbally. This would be difficult for any person or family, however she does other things that I am not sure are standard with LD. She gets into huge rages and can be extremely verbally abusive. With family members she can even be phsically abusive.
Avatar f tn Hi, cognitive impairment is related with learning disabilities. Mild cognitive impairment is a syndrome defined as cognitive decline greater than expected for an individual's age and education level but that does not interfere notably with activities of daily life. It is usually associated with organic diseases rather than drugs. For what patient is taking these 2 drugs?
Avatar n tn my son is 3yrs 3months old.he is recognizing all the letters and numbers 1-10.he can read all the letters while showing words and ask him to read . but he is not counting . if i ask to count, he is counting like 1,2,8,9,10. he is not showing interest at all when iam trying to teach him. iam starting to worry about him. please can you help me. is he having learning disabilities?
Avatar f tn I have overcompensated for my learning disabilities. I am 53 with a college degree, but my last speech therapist(had stroke) says only 10th grade reading, vocabulary, spelling level. I also as child did not write cursive like rest of the kids. Was constantly picked on and bullied. Never had friends. Currently fortunate have 3. I do well for myself. Cannot hold jobs for too long. So started my own company on a plan to achieve self-support from the Social Security administration .
Avatar f tn My son has learning disabilities coupled with bipolar disorder and parania... He lives in a group home with 6 others with similar behaviors. My son is taking several meds a day to keep his chemistry as level as it can possibly be (although the meds don't always work). I'm wondering if there are meds other than seroquel and lithum that can help. His disabilities are severe, but he can function normally at times.
Avatar f tn t know if all of these are caused by the lack of thyroid, but she has learning disabilities and is developmental disabilities, is overweight, has very coarse, dry hair, very sparse eyebrows, acne, dry skin, ocassional bouts of depression, etc. She tires easily and so she has trouble with exercise, and she is now in her late 20s and still has no libido. She's been on Synthroid all her life, and I really feel like she's not on the right dose or maybe even the right medication.
Avatar f tn I appreciate that. But doctors need to know all the information a person has. Clinical depression is easily diagnosed. But that's not to say that other illnesses or disabilities have depression among their symptoms such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, etc. but I'm sure you know the depression in these disabilities is a seperate cause and there is a lot more going on. You are describing Lyme Disease and obviously it causes a lot more than depression.
Avatar n tn m getting reading to have her tested for the second for learning disabilities. I want to help my daughter but no one can figure out the problem. Has anyone been through this with their child. I will take any advice that could help.
Avatar f tn Finally, certain people live into adulthood with thinking troubles that are later diagnosed as learning disabilities or attention deficit disorder (ADD). Many people think of this as a childhood disorder but it can start in childhood and not be diagnosed into adulthood. There are several potentially treatable causes to your symptoms. I strongly suggest you share your concerns with your physician.