Recognizing Learning Disabilities in Teens

Learning disabilities are a type of neurological disorder often described as a difference in the way someone’s brain is “wired.” Learning disabilities do not affect a person’s intelligence, but can make the use of traditional learning techniques for reading, writing, information recall and organization more challenging.

Just as it can be difficult for your teen to admit that they may need help, it can be quite difficult as parents to determine what challenges your teen may be facing. Many people with an undiagnosed learning condition have created elaborate means of masking their disability. Learn more…