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Signs of Learning disabilities

Symptoms of Learning disabilities

The list of medical symptoms mentioned in various sources for Learning disabilities may include:

Note that Learning disabilities symptoms usually refers to various medical symptoms known to a patient, but the phrase Learning disabilities signs may often refer to those signs that are only noticable by a doctor.

Signs or Symptoms of Learning disabilities:

Learning Disabilities: NIMH (Excerpt)

Imagine having important needs and ideas to communicate, but being unable to express them. Perhaps feeling bombarded by sights and sounds, unable to focus your attention. Or trying to read or add but not being able to make sense of the letters or numbers.

You may not need to imagine. You may be the parent or teacher of a child experiencing academic problems, or have someone in your family diagnosed as learning disabled. Or possibly as a child you were told you had a reading problem called dyslexia or some other learning handicap.

Although different from person to person, these difficulties make up the common daily experiences of many learning disabled children, adolescents, and adults. A person with a learning disability may experience a cycle of academic failure and lowered self-esteem. Having these handicaps--or living with someone who has them--can bring overwhelming frustration. (Source: excerpt from Learning Disabilities: NIMH)

Learning Disabilities: NIMH (Excerpt)

Parents are usually the first to notice obvious delays in their child reaching early milestones. The pediatrician may observe more subtle signs of minor neurological damage, such as a lack of coordination. But the classroom teacher, in fact, may be the first to notice the child's persistent difficulties in reading, writing, or arithmetic. As school tasks become more complex, a child with a learning disability may have problems mentally juggling more information.

The learning problems of children who are quiet and polite in school may go unnoticed. Children with above average intelligence, who manage to maintain passing grades despite their disability, are even less likely to be identified. Children with hyperactivity, on the other hand, will be identified quickly by their impulsive behavior and excessive movement. Hyperactivity usually begins before age 4 but may not be recognized until the child enters school. (Source: excerpt from Learning Disabilities: NIMH)

More Symptoms of Learning disabilities:

More detailed symptom information may be found on the symptoms of Learning disabilities article. In addition to the above medical information, to get a full picture of the possible signs or symptoms of this condition and also possibly the signs and symptoms of its related medical conditions, it may be necessary to examine symptoms that may be caused by:

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What are the signs of Learning disabilities?

The phrase "signs of Learning disabilities" should, strictly speaking, refer only to those signs and symptoms of Learning disabilities that are not readily apparent to the patient. The word "symptoms of Learning disabilities" is the more general meaning; see symptoms of Learning disabilities.

The signs and symptom information on this page attempts to provide a list of some possible signs and symptoms of Learning disabilities. This medical information about signs and symptoms for Learning disabilities has been gathered from various sources, may not be fully accurate, and may not be the full list of Learning disabilities signs or Learning disabilities symptoms. Furthermore, signs and symptoms of Learning disabilities may vary on an individual basis for each patient. Only your doctor can provide adequate diagnosis of any signs or symptoms and whether they are indeed Learning disabilities symptoms.

 

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