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Here are the resources we found for dyscalculia for parents and families:
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I’m Concerned my Child might have Dyscalculia. Now What?
Are you concerned your child’s trouble with maths could be caused by dyscalculia. It can be hard to know how to find out. Understood have set out some steps you can take to see if your child has dyscalculia – and where to go from there.
Dyscalculia is a little known learning disorder which affects a persons perceptions of mathematics or more specifically, arithmetic. This disorder is widely unknown but can often have a very serious impact on the life of a person.
Dyscalculia is a specific learning disability in math. Kids with dyscalculia may have difficulty understanding number-related concepts or using symbols or functions needed for success in mathematics.
Dyscalculia: What You’re Seeing in your High-School
In secondary school, you may start seeing signs of dyscalculia outside of maths classes, particularly if your teenager might also start learning to drive. This poster style image covers the four the symptoms that are most often seen in seen in young adults with dyscalculia.