Learning Disabilities (LD)
What is Learning Disabilities?
Learning Disabilities refer to a wide variety of disorders that affect the acquisition. Retention, understanding, organization or use of verbal and / or non-verbal information
• Most children diagnosed with learning disability have Reading Disorder. According to a reliable research, about 2%-8% elementary students are afflicted with Reading Disability. These children are unable to recognize and remember letters and words to unite recognizable letters into syllables or words.
• Students with Writing Disability often lack fine motor skills. They find tasks such as tying shoe laces difficult. They can also lack basic spelling skills, reversing letters or letter order.
Math disability includes difficulty reading and writing numbers, difficulty aligning numbers in order to do calculations, inability to perform calculations and inability to comprehend word problems.
• Early assessment and intervention are crucial in giving the child the best chance of success in life. Our multi-disciplinary team of psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, physical and occupational therapists will work with parents from assessment through development and implementation of intervention plans which cater to the individuals’ needs.
• We select and administer a set of suitable and well-defines psychoeducational, neurological, and psycho-social batteries for diagnoses of a variety of childhood problems including but not limited to Learning disabilities, Hyperactivity, Attention deficit disorder, Depression, Anxiety and Behaviour problems. A detailed comprehensive written report is provided with specific recommendation for school and home.
For more information, please contact our Center for Psychoeducational Services
at 02-725-9595, 02-399-2822 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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