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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 treatment for any chronic illnesses.

Early diagnosis and intervention is also key to preventing the development of other learning problems. Children with learning disabilities often become frustrated when they do not develop as quickly as their peers. This frustration can lead to behavioral and emotional issues. Early diagnosis allows parents, teachers, and doctors to institute support structures that may help the affected child avoid compounding learning problems in the future.

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