How to Treat the Symptoms of Nonverbal Learning Disorder
Nonverbal learning disorder is most often treated with a wide range of accommodations, strategies, and therapies. Learn more about your options for addressing manifestations of NLD in yourself or your child.
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Hmmm. That’s interesting. I’m learning that by no means is medication promised to help with NLD but that in certain cases it has/can/does. That is estimated to help with 20% or more of cases. And should be considered/tried. Its known to work with NLD where inattention is the main issue. Those with NLD may need an additional anti-anxiety medication prescribed to accompany stimulants. But that after this adjustment the results are just as positive as they are in the ADD group that experiences positive results. Unfortunately stimulants don’t work for everyone in either group, and they’re certainly at least currently shown to work more often for ADD diagnosed individuals. But its important that people should be aware of their options rather than to report blanket statements to the contrary. I hope that the message gets out. Stimulants are an option and *May* help.