A learning difference is a neurological condition, meaning it is a difference that results from the way the brain is ‘wired up’. Learning differences not only affect children but a similar percentage of adults also.
There are various types of learning difference which affect a person’s ability to learn in different ways. In many cases people with learning differences experience similar symptoms such as difficulties with reading, writing, spelling and concentration.
Dyslexia is a language-based condition, which makes it hard for those affected to understand written words.
Dyspraxia is a difficulty with coordination which makes controlling movements very difficult.
ADD/ADHD are two very similar conditions which cause problems with behavior and attention.
Asperger's Syndrome is typically associated with poor social behavior.
Many clients struggle although they may not have a formal diagnosis. Take this test to see if you could benefit from the program!
"We are so glad our child is on the DORE Program, it is the best thing we ever did! Homework took forever and often ended in meltdowns, and tutors didn't seem to help. Since starting DORE, homework is easier and takes much less time and we haven't had a meltdown in months!"
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