Following a diagnosis of dyscalculia, use these tried-and-true interventions for managing symptoms and building up math skills at home, in school, and in the workplace.
Dyscalculia is a learning difficulty that affects an individual’s ability to do basic arithmetic such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Adults with dyscalculia often take longer when working with numbers and may be more prone to making mistakes in calculations.
In high school, you may start noticing dyscalculia outside of math class, especially if your teen is learning to drive. Here are four signs of dyscalculia you might see in high school.
If you struggle with math at home and in the workplace, you may have dyscalculia. This breakdown of common symptoms in adults may help you better understand this learning disability and its warning signs.
Middle-schoolers with dyscalculia can struggle with more than just math. They could have a hard time making sense of maps and charts or doing things like making phone calls. Here’s what dyscalculia can look like in middle school.
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