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Rt. hemisphere weak: Non verbal learning disability refers to weakness of skills mediated by right hemisphere of the brain. These include organization and executive function skills. People with NVLD are more dependent on left hemisphere skillls, which are language based, tend to be literal in their use of language, tend to be rigid thinkers. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Where can I find information on dcd, dysgraphia, dyscalcula, dyslexia, visual perceptual processing disorder?
No: But they can theoretically coexist.Get a more detailed answer ›
ID = having an IQ: score of 70 or < by standardized tests of abstract thinking, problem-solving, planning, academic learning, etc. + deficits in cognitive, social & practical adaptive skills, beginning before age 18. Functional level & need for supports differs for mild, IQ 50-70, moderate.,IQ 35-49, severe, IQ 20-34 & profound , IQ < 20 ID. Evaluation for genetic & other medical causes is needed for all. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Extremely difficult: You must prove you are severely disabled and can not work at all with support. You get an evaluation by an ssi physician. After evaluation, you be ordered into treatment and fail every kind, including medications, psychotherapy, possibly electroshock therapy. Being on ssi can decrease quality of life because of financial crisis, poor self-esteem, social isolation. Maybe better alternatives exist. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Actually, hmmm: Not in a strict medical sense, no. But a major problem with adhd kids is their inability to process information efficiently, be attentive to it, and inhibit extraneous stimuli. This combination usually leads to academic ineptitude or failure by high school. Many inattentive adhd kids are called ld for this reason, when in fact they are adhd. Ld can also occur as comorbidity with adhd. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Yes!: Loss of interest, withdrawal, isolation are some of the common symptoms of depression that have an evident effect on one's social life. Sense of worthlessness, inadequacy and low self esteem, are other symptoms that clearly affect one's social skills. In contrast, self confidence characterises socially skilled individuals. ...Read more
Dyslexia is from the: brain's inability to process phonemes, the smallest units of sound in a language & often follows delays in language, the verbalization of ideas. Written expression is much harder than reading words. Delays in fine motor & speech, the motor aspect of language,often co-exist because the areas of the brain that control each are very close to each other. Call 4660038 to request educational testing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Constructive memory: When remembering traumatic events, memory doesn't work like a vcr that can be played back later, verbatim. Instead you store an emotion-tinged experience in bits and pieces -- some of which may stand out more than others. When you later try to tell someone what happened, you are "constructing" the experience into story form, for understanding. This can make did patients' histories confusing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Link between learning disability and behavioral disorder? Is there a link between learning disability and behavioral disorder?
Sometimes: When an individual has a hard time learning, especially in a structured environment, like a classroom, inappropriate behavior can arise from frustration, boredom and anger. Sometimes brain mechanisms involved in learning and regulation of behavior overlap, which is another reason the two conditions can co-occur. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer