Is It LD? Your Free Guide
Not sure if your child’s problems in school might be caused by a learning disability? Take this free self-test to find out.
Thirty to 50 percent of individuals with ADHD have a learning disability. The reverse is also true. If a child has been diagnosed with ADHD, and continues to struggle academically —even with treatment — he may have a learning disability.
Learning disabilities are neurologically based disorders that result in problems processing and using information. Different children have different patterns of learning strengths and weaknesses; there is no one profile that describes all children.
Take this self-test to find clues about whether your child has an LD — and learn what you should do if she does.