Home Health Dyslexia and other learning difficulties
Types of difficulty
Some skills involved in solving arithmetical problems are used only for such functions, while other overlap with other areas of learning. Children with problems in the latter group may therefore have difficulties in other areas as well.
In some children, specific arithmetic difficulty may be an isolated problem owing to difficulties with skills largely confined to arithmetic. The difficulties that such children have are many and varied. Some of the deficits involve the areas detailed as follows.
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