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A cross-sectional study to assess the prevalance of DSM-5 specific learning disorders in representative school samples from the second to sixth grade in Brazil.
To study the school policy with regard to provision of reasonable accommodations to children with specific learning disorders.
International studies mention a range of deficits in EF components among studentswith learning disorders related to working memory, inhibit, initiate and shift.
Too often, one or more of these children's health, developmental, social-emotional, or learning needs are overlooked, or they receive an inappropriate mental health, developmental, and/or learning disorder diagnosis.
In another research, Mindfulness an Innovative Cure for People with Learning Disorders and Their Accompanying Psychological Disorders, Milligan, Badali &Philips (2010) the attempt was to know if teaching mindfulness has any effects on the self-awareness and the self-regulation of the students with learning disorders.
Stepanian and Brown are planning to help fund the ongoing treatment of autism and other learning disorders, often not covered by insurance, by using the technology in other disciplines such as sales and corporate training.
When the animals were treated with the anti-depressant Prozac, they stopped exhibiting depression-like and learning disorder symptoms.
They are able to give special attention to dyslexic pupils, helping them to compensate for or cope with their learning disorder," he said, adding that affected children are given more time to do their tests.
Latham met Darren at a unit for children with learning disorders.
ISLAMABAD, January 12, 2012 (Balochistan Times): Children exposed to second-hand smoke in their homes face a higher risk of developing attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), other behavioural problems and learning disorders.
Their challenges ranged from learning disorders and autism to Down Syndrome and cerebral palsy.
The numbers were based on information collected from parents, who were asked whether their kids had been diagnosed with a variety of developmental disabilities, including cerebral palsy, seizures, stuttering or stammering, hearing loss, blindness, and learning disorders, as well as autism and ADHD.

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