One in five individuals in the U.S. have learning and attention issues, according to experts. Here are some signs to determine if you're one of them.
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One in five individuals in the U.S. struggle with learning and attention issues, according to the Learning Disabilities Association of America. Several conditions fall under the umbrella of learning disabilities, including dyslexia and oral language disorders, to name a few.
Identifying symptoms is a crucial part of determining whether you have a learning disability. From there, figuring out what kind of treatment you need is much easier.
Here are a few signs you might have a learning disability:
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Being Easily Distracted5. Get distracted.
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Having a mild case of any of these symptoms doesn't automatically mean you have a learning disability. However, if you're experiencing one or more and feeling like it impacts your ability to succeed in a learning environment, it may be time to seek help. Visit ldaamerica.org to learn more.