Dyscalculia: A Parent’s Guide to Understanding Dyscalculia in Children and How to Help a Dyscalculic Child

| August 12, 2015

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Dyscalculia: A Parent's Guide to Understanding Dyscalculia in Children and How to Help a Dyscalculic Child

If your child has recently been diagnosed with dyscalculia and you want to know how to help, then this book is for you!

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If your child has trouble recognizing simple math symbols and analyzing problems, but is good in other subjects, then chances are, he needs special attention. Don’t hesitate to find out if he has the math learning disorder called dyscalculia. Math has always been a subject most feared by students, and this can be aggravated when your child has dyscalculia. If dyscalculia is not recognized and addressed early on in life, it can cause problems as the child goes on to learn advanced mathematics, trigonometry, and other math-related subjects. If your child is confirmed as having dyscalculia, treatment and management measures should be initiated promptly. This book is designed to help you better understand dyscalculia and what you can do to assist your child at home. Using the recommended interventions and measures presented herein will help your child overcome and manage his math disorder so that the negative impact it may have on his life can be significantly minimized or even altogether eliminated.

Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn…

  • Causes and Symptoms of Dyscalculia
  • How Dyscalculia is Diagnosed
  • Helping and Supporting Your Child
  • Home-Based Activities for Dyscalculic Children
  • Recommended Therapies and Intervention
  • Valuable Pointers in Managing Dyscalculia
  • Much, much more!

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