What Is Non-Verbal Learning Disorder?
Difficulty picking up concepts and patterns affects kids visually, socially, and academically Caroline Miller Editorial Director, Child Mind Institute This is the first in a series of articles about non-verbal learning disorder developed in collaboration with Winston Preparatory School, a New York area school that has taken a leading role in working with students with the […]
We can teach kids the scripts they aren’t picking up intuitively Caroline Miller Editorial Director, Child Mind Institute Kids who have non-verbal learning disorder have a wide variety of learning challenges. All of them involve trouble recognizing patterns, but there are many different kinds of patterns they may have trouble with: visual patterns, social patterns, […]
Dyslexia is a specific learning disability that is characterized by difficulty with underlying processes of reading and writing. At its root are weaknesses in phonological awareness, rapid automatic naming and short term working memory. It is characterized by poor spelling and decoding. These difficulties typically result from a deficit in the phonological component of language […]
Learning problems can affect not just school but communicating and connecting with other kids Caroline Miller Editorial Director, Child Mind Institute When we think of children with learning challenges, we think of difficulty with reading or math, with being organized, with paying attention and staying focused in school. But many students with learning and attention […]