Hidden Impairments National Group (UK). For the purpose of this group the term 'Hidden Impairments' is used to describe any of the following: Autistic Spectrum Conditions, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia and Speech and Language impairments. These are also known by some as developmental disorders, neuro-diverse conditions or specific learning difficulties. We estimate around 11% of the population have 'Hidden Impairments'.
Owning a learning disability doesn't indicate you can't learn. But you'll require some aid and you'll have to work more hard. For those who have a learning difficult, like dyslexia or dyscalculia (severe difficulty with math), keep in mind that you aren't slow or mute.
Although a debated issue, the Nobel Prize winner – Albert Einstein is said to have had a learning disability and did not speak till he was 3. Learning Disabilities like Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia and ADHD can be overcome with the help of Tony Buzan’s tool – Mind Maps. Attend a Workshop on Mind Maps or Learn More about it on www.lexiconreadingcenter.org/tonybuzanlexiconconference.html
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The most fun and affective math facts program I have found for my kids. The games are fun and the music isn't annoying. I've seen my son with Dyscalculia and Dyslexia start to actually learn his math facts and retain them using this program.
dysTalk: an information-sharing project aiming to help children learn better. Provides information on specific learning difficulties and advice on learning strategies for all abilities. There is a series of filmed talks and articles, a resources section and a forum, covering topics such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia and ADHD.
Parents of dyscalculic children often wonder what they can do to help -- and it's a legitimate concern. After all, dyscalculia can have a negative effect on the lives of children afflicted with it. In fact... Having unremediated dyscalculia can limit academic achievement and future career possibilities. However, parents tend to wrongly assume that since it's a "brain problem," there isn't any hope of improvement. After all, isn't the brain impossible to treat? But....
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This book stemming from author's firsthand experience and sensitive approach, guides effectively how to handle the learning difficulties with children having dyslexia and dyscalculia. Let's be aware and appreciate the uniqueness of our children, for they deserve all our love and understanding — they deserve the best!
I Can't Do This But I Can Do That: A Film for Families about Learning Differences Children talk about their experiences dealing with learning disabilities such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, attention deficit disorder, and auditory processing disorder. Search www.hbofamily.com for times. Watch it, help stop the ignorance with these things.
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Kirstin Bell, an Anne Ford & Allegra Ford Scholarship Finalist in 2010, struggled with math throughout elementary school. When a caring teacher noticed her struggle in fifth grade, Kirstin was evaluated and diagnosed with dyscalculia. Now a college-bound high school senior, Kirstin understands her dyscalculia as "a part of me that I have embraced."
Commutative Property of Multiplication by Education Unboxed. Most people are just taught that if you switch the numbers in a multiplication problem, the answer is the same. This video shows you visually in two ways WHY that is true. For the visual and kinesthetic learners out there, those who struggle with dyslexia or dyscalculia, or those who think they will never be able to understand math, this is how it should be taught!
Improve Motor and Cognitive Skills Children between ages six and ten go through a developmental process responsive to hand-clapping songs. These activities enhance children’s needs – emotional, sociological, physiological and cognitive. Feeling more alert and being in a better mood occurs. Developmental learning problems like dyslexia and dyscalculia may be reduced.