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Learning disabilities are a lifelong condition; they are not outgrown or cured, though many people develop coping techniques through special education, tutoring, medication, therapy, personal development, or adaptation of learning skills.
Dysgraphia can manifest in difficulties with spelling, putting thoughts on paper, and poor handwriting, including difficulty in forming letters or writing within a defined space, organizing thoughts on paper, keeping track of thoughts already written down, and difficulty with syntax, structure, and grammar.
Although features of a learning disability in math vary from person to person, common characteristics include difficulty with counting, learning number facts and doing math calculations, difficulty with measurement, telling time, counting money, estimating number quantities, mental math and problem-solving strategies.
Dysgraphia is the term associated with specific learning disabilities in writing.
Learning disabilities result from impairments in one or more processes related to perceiving, thinking, remembering or learning.
Learning disabilities range in severity and may interfere with the acquisition and use of oral language, reading, written language, and mathematics.