A learning disability is a neurological disorder that affects an individual's ability to process and understand information. Learning disabilities can impact a person's ability to read, write, speak, spell, and do math, and can make it difficult for them to learn and retain new information.

There are many different types of learning disabilities, and they can vary in severity. Some common examples include dyslexia, which affects reading and spelling abilities; dyscalculia, which affects math skills; and ADHD, which can impact attention, focus, and impulsivity. Learning disabilities can also involve visual processing issues, such as difficulty interpreting visual information or spatial relationships.

It is important to note that learning disabilities are not the same as intellectual disabilities, and do not reflect a person's overall intelligence or potential. With the right support and accommodations, individuals with learning disabilities can succeed academically and in their daily lives.


Are you or a loved one struggling with learning or academic difficulties? Our psychological services for learning disability evaluations can help.

Dr. Zaky has extensive experience in assessing and diagnosing learning disabilities in children, adolescents, and adults. We use a variety of testing methods and assessments to identify any underlying learning challenges and to determine the best course of action for support and accommodations.

Our evaluations are comprehensive and tailored to the individual's needs, and can help identify specific learning disabilities such as dyslexia, ADHD, or visual processing issues. We also provide recommendations for strategies and accommodations that can help individuals succeed academically and in their daily lives.

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