Living With Learning Disabilities (LD)
- Q Can output learning disabilities be prevented?
Some causes of output learning disabilities may be preventable. Expectant mothers should receive proper prenatal care and abstain from alcohol or drug use during pregnancy. Parents should encourage proper nutrition and children should receive ongoing... Full Answer
- Q How are output learning disabilities diagnosed?
Children who perform below grade level expectations in language development and motor skills may need to be evaluated for learning disabilities. A team of professionals including special education specialists and healthcare practitioners may be involved.... Full Answer
- Q What causes output learning disabilities?
Output learning disabilities may be inherited. They may also be caused by premature birth or distress during birth, poor diet, cancer treatments, chronic illness, Central Nervous System (CNS) infections, or head trauma. They are not developed due to... Full Answer
- Q What are output learning disabilities?
Output learning disabilities are a type of neurobiological disorder that affects learning due to differences in brain structure and function. Most individuals with this condition have average intelligence but have difficulty communicating using words or... Full Answer
- Q How do output learning disabilities affect the body?
Some individuals with output learning disabilities experience the physical effects of motor disabilities. Both fine and gross motor skills may be affected. Coordination of small muscles, especially those in the hands, involved in tying shoes, cutting,... Full Answer
- Q How do I manage my learning disability on a daily basis?
If you have a learning disability, you may find that tasks that others find easy, such as completing homework or studying for a test, seem much more difficult for you. This may be frustrating, but does not need to be discouraging. There are people and... Full Answer