Know the types of learning disorders

Those who work in the field of education know that the results are not always successful and approved, as it is especially in this area that we are faced with several types of problems experienced by the students in the learning process, which are then labeled by colleagues, teachers and also By the family itself.

Therefore, it is of the utmost importance that all people involved in the educational process are aware of such difficulties, which present themselves with the following symptoms: agitation, disorder, excessive sleep, fatigue, sadness, among others. Currently the most known learning disorder is Dyslexia, in which the individual has difficulty reading, making changes or omissions of letters, reversing syllables and other problems that lead to a slow reading.

But in addition to this there are other learning disorders, such as dysgraphia, which is linked to dyslexia, however the difficulty is concentrated at the time of writing. Discalculia is also another problem, which presents itself in the form of difficulty in performing calculations and numbers in general, most of the time can not identify the signs of the four operations and also does not understand the statements of the problems, besides not knowing comparisons or establishing Quantities and still do not understand logical sequences. It has been learned through experts that this is one of the problems of more serious learning disorders, but still that is not very well known.

Dyslalia is another difficulty, which appears in the emission of speech. It is almost always a problem that appears in people with flaccid language, cleft lip or problems on the palate.
Another disorder that may appear as a result of dyslexia is dysortography and presents itself in the difficulty of written language.

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is also one of these problems and has a neurological order. The most evident characteristics of ADHD are: inattention, restlessness, lack of concentration and impulsivity.
Teachers are almost the most important to the discovery of these problems, which in turn should refer the child to specialized doctors, as well as psychologists and psychopedagogues. Once the diagnosis of the problem has been made, a treatment should be started to mitigate the consequences of the problem, because with the necessary care the child can live a normal life.