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Learning Disabilities: Early Diagnosis Is Key

Recognizing the signs sooner than later can help kids thrive in school. If your child has a learning disorder, basic tasks like reading, concentrating, and organizing information may be challenging. Learning disorders—by some estimates—affect about 1 in 7 Americans and impact how a person understands, remembers, and responds to new information.

Help Your Child Cope With Dyslexia

Emotional support and opportunities for achievement are important for children with this learning disorder. Here's how you can help. According to the National Institute of Child and Human Development, as many as 15 percent of Americans have major troubles with reading. A large portion of this population copes with a learning disability known as dyslexia. What Is Dyslexia? Dyslexia can take many forms; however, the primary characteristic in those coping with the disorder is a difficulty reading.

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