Learning/Neurological

When a young child has problems learning such as reading, writing and math, and his or her skill is below what is expected at a certain age, one would then consider that they are having a learning disorder.

It has been confirmed that a learning disability is caused by a neurological disorder, which affect a person's ability to receive, process, store and respond to visual, auditory or spatial information.

Children with a neurological/learning disorder process information and learn in a manner different to peers, and others in their own age group or grade in school.

Examples of a Learning and Neurological Disorder Include

It is key to note that, people with learning disabilities can be successful in school, at work, and in the community, provided they receive suitable support and intervention.