Learning disorders

What are learning disorders?

  • A learning disorder is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects a person’s ability to learn basic skills such as reading, writing, and calculating.
  • Learning disorders do not affect a child’s intelligence, instead, they affect how well they receive and process information.
  • Learning disorders are common with the prevalence in school-age children being 5% - 15% across the domains of reading, writing, and math.

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