ADHD and dyslexia often occur together, and can make learning more difficult than either condition alone. Here are some tips and resources to help if your child has both conditions.
Dyscalculia is a learning disorder you’ve probably never of before. It is defined as a condition that involves long-term, severe difficulties with mathematics – which cause significant problems with academic or occupational performance, or with daily activities. Dyscalculia is often co-occurring with other conditions such as dyslexia and ADHD. The most important thing to do if you observe your child struggling with simple number sense is to learn more about the condition and seek help.
Editor’s note: This week we are introducing a new column, Stories from the Edge: Real stories about how an ADHD coach helps. Today’s post is written by Kelsey Peterson, a junior at Parson’s … Read More