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September, 2014

The child who cannot sit still

The child who cannot sit still Many children, especially those under the age of five years, find it hard to sit in one place for a long time. Being able to sit in one place reflects the ability of the mind to pay attention to a particular task, for example reading a book. As children […]

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What to do when specialist help is not available

What to do when specialist help is not available • Encourage the parents to spend time with the child, helping with homework and studies. Games like drawing and copying different shapes (e.g. a clock, a man) are useful exercises • Test the child’s ability to read, write and do number work of a class lower […]

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learning disabilities treatment

learning disabilities treatment  Parents are often frustrated because their child appears normal and yet is doing badly in school. They are worried that their child may be suffering from mental retardation. Reassure the parents that the child is suffering from a learning problem and is not to be blamed for poor performance in school. Ideally, […]

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signs of learning disability in children

signs of learning disability in children  Things to remember when dealing with children having difficulties with studies • A child having difficulties with his studies may be suffering from a mental health problem. Mental retardation, hyperactivity, dyslexia, depression and child abuse can all lead to difficulties with studies. • Dyslexia can cause a child of […]

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What are specific learning disabilities? specific learning disabilities definition

What are specific learning disabilities? specific learning disabilities definition Specific learning disability is a condition in which a child has a difficulty in a particular aspect of studies, for example a specific difficulty with reading, spelling, writing or mathematics. Dyslexia, the specific difficulty with reading, writing and spelling, is the most common type of specific […]

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learning disability symptoms in teens

learning disability symptoms in teens Things to look for during the interview Examine the child’s hearing and vision. If the child can answer questions you are asking in a normal tone of voice, then her hearing is probably normal. Vision can be checked by asking the child to read something a short distance away, for […]

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learning disabilities symptoms checklist

learning disabilities symptoms checklist in children How to deal with this problem Questions to ask the parents and teachers The child will usually be brought to you because she is doing badly in school and thus getting information from the teachers can be helpful. You will need to ask questions about common childhood mental health […]

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learning disabilities in children checklist

The child who has difficulties with studies learning disabilities in children checklist Children have problems with their studies for many reasons. For example, they may need to help their parents by working. The school may be in poor condition or the teacher may be poorly trained; this may make a child feel that education is […]

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Most Common Cause of Mental Retardation

Most Common Cause of Mental Retardation Things to remember when dealing with mental retardation • Delay in development is most often because of mental retardation. Mental retardation is not a disease, but a condition that lasts the entire lifetime of the person. Most Common Cause of Mental Retardation • The majority of children with mental […]

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Mild Retardation Symptoms in Children

Mild Retardation Symptoms in Children The first and most important thing is to be absolutely sure that the child has mental retardation. The label of mental retardation has a serious impact because it means that the child has a problem that is not curable. It is a label that can cause great unhappiness and worry, […]

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