Auditory dyslexia is a neurological difference that makes understanding the separate sounds of language less automatic. This condition is sometimes also called auditory processing disorder. While most children are born with a brain that is ready to begin understanding the sounds and patterns of speech naturally and intuitively, not all kids have automatic wiring for…
Effects of Dyscalculia
Dyscalculia is a sibling condition to dyslexia that can affect a person’s ability to do math, work with numbers, and perform tasks that require doing things in sequential steps. A common misconception is that dyscalculia is just a milder form of dyslexia. However, the two conditions are different and have different causes.