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What is Dyscalculia?

A Dyscalculia person my have trouble processing math. Another person may have trouble remembering facts and keeping a sequence of steps in order. A person will have yet a different set of math-related challenges to overcome.


Dyscalculia can vary from person to person. Two major areas that can be challenging in math are:
  • Visual-spatial difficulties, which result in a person having trouble processing what the eye sees
  • Language processing difficulties, which result in a person having trouble processing and making sense of what the ear hears

Here's a list of resources to learn more about Dyscalculia:




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