‘Dyslexia’ is an umbrella term, and there are many difficulties that fall under dyslexia that are related. Those can include, memorizing math facts, handwriting, organization, and memory.
- Does your child lose homework, lose sports clothes or forget instructions? They may have a difficulty with Executive Function - a set of brain skills that helps kids stay focused, remember things and follow directions.
- Is your child's writing messy and difficult to read? They may have dysgraphia. Find out how to identify and help.
- Does your child have difficulty with memorizing times tables and recalling addition and subtraction facts quickly? Dyscalculia affects up to 6% of children.
- Autism is a complex developmental disorder that typically appears during the first three years of life. This disability has the potential to delay normal development in children.