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DYSCALCULIA (MATH DYSLEXIA) RESOURCES -- for learning disabilities involving Numbers and Mathematics

Tips and Strategies for kids with Dyscalculia

Dyscalculia (sometimes called "Math Dyslexia") is a learning disability that causes people to invert numerals. Needless to say, this makes performing basic math functions incredibly difficult. If you are a child -- or if you are the parent of a child -- who is trying so hard to understand math and is still performing poorly, this is something you might want to rule out -- or rule in! -- before you tear his and your own hair out.

There are learning centers and tutors who can help your child learn to work within such limitations -- and overcome them! Please explore this new and growing list of resources to find help for your child.

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Disclaimer: Internet Special Education Resources (ISER) provides this information in an effort to help people find local special education professionals. ISER does not recommend or endorse any particular special education referral source, type of special education professional, or specific special education professional.

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