How Effective Are Flashcards For Adults With Learning Disabilities?

Efficiency of flashcards with LD

Teaching with Flashcards is a conventional method for working on students’ capacities to make them review data and comprehend the concepts. Not only for kids but also for adults, flashcards can function as a visual backing, as these are explicitly intended to animate learning. They help with innovation and powerful language. Moreover, they help in … Read more

Complete Steps For Pre-referral Process In Special Education

Pre-referral Process For Special Education

Students may have varying levels of grasping abilities and competencies.  Owing to this, some pupils may compromise on their academic performances and behavior.  It may be momentous to infer that not all of these need special needs education. While some of them may refine their skills with befitting counsel, some may need intense pedagogies. A … Read more

Social Issues For Kids With Learning Disabilities

learning disability and social challanges

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT REVIEW PANEL ON DEC 24, 2021. What is your first reaction when you are judged based on only your weaknesses? Obviously, you will want to question the very process of judging. And think about the situation again when judging is accompanied by bullying from peers! It is definitely a strong emotional trigger, right? … Read more

Benefits of Audiobooks for Students With Learning Disabilities

Benefits of audiobooks for Learning Disabilities

Audiobooks have found their way to popularity in our contemporary world. They have emerged to be an easy medium that students can easily integrate into their learning process. Even better, audiobooks can be helpful for students who may face difficulties reading or comprehending written language. A very evident question at this point is: How can … Read more

Intellectual Standards of Critical Thinking And Impact Of Learning Disability

Intellectual Standards of Critical Thinking

The ability to understand things around and reflect on them in the right way is referred to as Critical thinking. In your personal as well as professional life, critical thinking has its advantages.  Critical thinking is often a strength of people with dyslexia. But, unfortunately, they get pulled into a vicious loop of sticking to … Read more

Money Management For Adults With Learning Disabilities

Money Management For Adults With Learning Disabilities

Dealing with money is an important requirement of adult life. But, it is not an easy affair for people who suffer from learning disorders. They might find it difficult to manage day-to-day financial affairs. That is why many dyscalculics confided having entrusted the money matters to their close ones or trustable friends. Let’s learn through … Read more

5 Helpful Accommodations For College Students With Learning Disabilities

LD Accommodations in College

Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 opened the floodgates for inclusive education for children with learning disabilities at the high school level. It helped many of them fulfill their dreams of pursuing higher education at the college level. However, the continuance of certain accommodations and the addition of others at the college level … Read more

IEP Goals for students with significant cognitive disabilities

IEP Goals for students with significant cognitive disabilities

Learning disabilities are not restricted to discomfort with numbers and language only. If you dissect these issues deeply, you will find other co-morbidities working behind the scenes too. Difficulty in reasoning, comprehending, or ascertaining orientation or inability to take care of the self, which is what cognitive disability sums up as, is the result of … Read more

Top 12 Colleges for Students with Dyslexia

Dyslexia colleges

Understanding the educational needs of students with Dyslexia has become an unignorable topic due to an increase in awareness among people about it. Learning difficulty has become a recognized reason for dropouts after the middle level of education. Dropping out from the education system an otherwise intelligent student with a learning disorder is nothing but … Read more

Let’s celebrate the Dyslexia Awareness Month

OCtober dyslexia awareness month 2021

Have you ever thought about what led to increased awareness about the learning disorders prevalent among children and adults? Though the term ‘dyslexia’ has been around us since 1887 when an ophthalmologist Rudolf Berlin coined it, the awareness did not reach its current state sooner after the event. People parried the problem of learning disorders … Read more