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Here are the resources we found for dyscalculia for young people:

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Dyscalculia

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.

Learning Difficulties

Learning difficulties are usually specific problems that affect our ability to learn but do not necessarily have a significant overall effect on our intelligence. Learning difficulties are usually associated with specific parts of the brain that might function a bit differently. This webpage from The Children’s Society contains top tips for living with a learning difficulty.

Webpage

Dyscalculia

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.

Learning Difficulties

Learning difficulties are usually specific problems that affect our ability to learn but do not necessarily have a significant overall effect on our intelligence. Learning difficulties are usually associated with specific parts of the brain that might function a bit differently. This webpage from The Children’s Society contains top tips for living with a learning difficulty.

Webpage

Dyscalculia

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.

Learning Difficulties

Learning difficulties are usually specific problems that affect our ability to learn but do not necessarily have a significant overall effect on our intelligence. Learning difficulties are usually associated with specific parts of the brain that might function a bit differently. This webpage from The Children’s Society contains top tips for living with a learning difficulty.