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The following resources will help you learn more about dyscalculia and find local help!

10 Helpful Dyscalculia Resources | Dyscalculia | Types of LD

Kids Math Teacher: Guest post interview-- Dyscalculia awareness: A mathematical learning disability

Unhelpful High School Teacher - Oh, you don't understand?

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Many adults with LD face similar problems in the workplace. Here are some easy solutions and accommodations that may help!

Educators - Teaching Strategies Helping Dyslexics Learn Math

Helpful Apps for Dyscalculia The NCLD (National Center for Learning Disabilities) describes dyscalculia as “a wide range of lifelong learning disabilities involving math. There is no single type of math disability. Dyscalculia can vary from person to person. And, it can affect people differently at different stages of life.

Help for Dyslexic College Students

What is dyscalculia? People with dyscalculia have difficulties with numbers. The latest studies estimate over 5% of the population has dyscalculia, equating to more than 3 million UK citizens. Most have never been diagnosed. Dyscalculia is found in people from all backgrounds, cultures and levels of intellectual ability. Interestingly, about 40% of dyslexics also have dyscalculia.How are people with dyscalculia different? Dyscalculia is something you are born with.....

The flaps lift up to reveal the minutes underneath. Good idea.

E is for Explore!: Time Teller - Lift and Peek