Common Non-Reading Learning Disabilities

As a LearningRx franchisee, you’ll meet students of all ages who are experiencing a variety of learning challenges, and some who may have been diagnosed with a learning disability. While several of these struggles will manifest themselves during tasks that involve reading, there are non-reading learning disabilities that are a result of weak cognitive skills. Our brain training programs are designed to improve those cognitive skills and help students, no matter what age, overcome challenges in the classroom.

dreamstime_xxl_313724814 Non-Reading Disabilities

  1. Auditory and Visual Processing Disorders – Student will have difficulty processing and understanding language, due to sensory processing disabilities.
  2. Dyscalculia – Student has difficulty understanding and performing mathematical processes, including simple calculations.
  3. Visual-spatial motor and memory disorders – Student experiences non-verbal learning and memory dysfunctions, including difficulty with processing, evaluating, and organizing perceived data.
  4. Dysgraphia – Student has difficulty writing words, especially when required to write them inside a defined space (such as lined paper or a composition book).

dreamstime_l_25742976Our research has determined that these four non-reading disabilities are a result of weak or undeveloped cognitive skills, and as a franchisee, you’ll be able to offer programs that improve and strengthen those skills. Students who have trouble processing will be able to make sense of data and language, and those who struggle with math will begin to understand formulas and equations, and how each step in mathematics builds off the step that came before it.

If you’re interested in learning more about the struggles and disabilities students face on a daily basis, or you’d like to know how you can open your own LearningRx center in your community, please contact us today. We look forward to speaking with you!

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