The impact experienced by children with learning disorders does not only occur in the process of growth and development, but also affects the child’s socialization and interactions with their environment. Sometimes the condition of harmony in the family can also be disturbed. Disputes and mutual blame between the two parents, feeling frustrated, disappointed, hopeless, angry or even rejecting what happened to them.
Now, to get to know more clearly about the types of learning disorders that may occur in children, then consider the explanation below
1. Expressive Language Disorder
Or what is called a speech disorder occurs when a child has to carry out verbal communication and even sign language. In this condition, children’s language behavior or deterioration does not reflect their value when they perform normal writing skills. In children with speech disorders they will show symptoms such as delays in speaking, difficulty memorizing and remembering new words, minimal vocabulary in speaking, frequent mistakes in pronouncing words and sentences, difficulty speaking fluently with others, can only compose sentences that are simple and the ability to speak more easily than children with age. An expert explained that this limitation condition is related to the nervous system and can also be caused by medical conditions due to the child experiencing trauma or experiencing a blow to the head.
Dyslexia is a reading disorder, which is a condition of learning disabilities in children caused by difficulties in reading and writing activities. However, in this condition the child does not experience disturbances or limitations in other aspects. Dyslexia can occur due to biochemical conditions or it can also be triggered as a hereditary factor that is inherited by the parents. Physically, people with selectia do not show any complaints or signs. Patients with dyslexia are not only limited to reading, writing and arranging words and sentences in reverse but also in various kinds of sequences, both writing or sentences that are made in reverse order from right to left and other forms. So that people with selectia are often considered not concentrating in several ways.
3. Mathematics Disorder
This disorder that also attacks the nervous system is characterized by a child’s inability to count, number assignments that are often reversed, dizziness and often anger when working on math problems or other subjects related to calculations. In addition, sufferers of mathematical disorder tend to require repeated calculation explanations so that they can understand what they are doing. However, children can still be introduced to arithmetic lessons even though they will experience adaptation and understand the material for a longer time.
Those are some types of learning disorders that may occur in children. By knowing the several types of disorders above, parents are expected to be able to recognize if one of the symptoms is seen in the child, and immediately bring the child to take therapy, so that their limitations can be overcome immediately.