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Learning Disabilities

Learning disabilities can be difficult to define. How these disorders are classified isn't as important as recognizing that each one can seriously interfere with a youngster's ability to learn. All learning impairments share one thing in common: deviations in processing in one or more locations of the brain.

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Monitoring Your Child's Progress

Your child's status should be reevaluated periodically, since development is an ongoing process, changing over time and in the face of new demands. As some children mature, they outgrow or learn to compensate for their difficulties.

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