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Learning Difficulties among Children and Therapy

Does your child exhibit any of the following traits or symptoms?

  • Difficulty reading, slow reading speed, frequent spelling errors, difficulty with phonics, trouble with writing and poor handwriting.- He/She may be having DYSLEXIA
  • Poor handwriting, difficulty with spelling, trouble putting thoughts into words, difficulty organizing thoughts, and struggling with grammar and punctuation.- IT can be an indication of DYSGRAPHIA
  • Difficulty with basic math concepts, such as counting, adding, subtracting, and multiplication, difficulty understanding abstract math concepts, trouble with telling time, and difficulty with basic money skills.- This indicates towards DYSCALCULIA
  • Difficulty with attention and focus, easily distracted, impulsive behavior, restlessness, difficulty following instructions, and forgetfulness.- HE can be suffering because of ADHD
  • Difficulty with social interactions, difficulty with verbal and nonverbal communication, repetitive behaviors, difficulty with changes in routine, and trouble with imaginative play.- Be aware these can be indicating towards AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER
  • Difficulty with following instructions, difficulty understanding spoken language, trouble with reading and spelling, difficulty with verbal communication, and difficulty with distinguishing between similar-sounding words.- This are symptoms of AUDITORY PROCESSING DISORDER

Consequences

Many children exhibit such symptoms and more in early years. Many a times an alert teacher can catch these and guide the parents. Unfortunately the awareness among early year teachers is also not very common. The result is that many children grow up with various types and extents of learning difficulties. The long term effects can be very daunting like:

  • Academic struggles: Children with untreated learning difficulties may struggle in school and fall behind their peers academically. This can lead to low self-esteem, frustration, and a lack of motivation to learn
  • Social isolation: Learning difficulties can also affect a child’s ability to socialize and form friendships. Children with untreated learning difficulties may feel left out or isolated from their peers, leading to feelings of loneliness and depression.
  • Emotional problems: Untreated learning difficulties can also lead to emotional problems such as anxiety, depression, and low self-esteem. Children may feel like they are not good enough or smart enough, leading to feelings of hopelessness and despair.
  • Behavioral issues: Children with untreated learning difficulties may exhibit behavioral issues such as aggression, defiance, and withdrawal. These behaviors can interfere with their ability to form positive relationships and succeed in school
  • Future career prospects: Children with untreated learning difficulties may face challenges in their future careers. Their learning difficulties may limit their job opportunities or make it difficult for them to succeed in certain fields

It’s important to note that with early diagnosis and appropriate interventions, many of these long-term effects can be minimized or even avoided altogether. Therefore, if you suspect that your child may have a learning difficulty, seeking the help of a qualified healthcare professional as soon as possible is crucial.

OUR APPROACH

As a parent, you want nothing but the best for your child, and we understand that. That’s why we’re here to help.

At Mind Junction, we believe that every child is unique, and with the right support, they can reach their full potential. Our team of experienced counsellors works with parents and children to develop personalized treatment plans that address their specific needs.

We understand that seeking help for your child can be overwhelming, but we’re here to make the process as comfortable and straightforward as possible. Our services include detailed testing for correct diagnosis, individual counselling, group therapy, and parent coaching to ensure that both you and your child get the support you need.

COME, HOLD OUR HAND

Don’t let learning disorders hold your child back. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help your child reach their full potential.