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What exactly is dyscalculia, and how can a child be helped that has it?

Dyscalculia is also known as Math Disability. It is an innate, specific learning disability that involved difficulty in comprehending and learning mathematics.

Children with this disability can have educational therapy like neuro-sensory educational therapy. Attitude change should be an importance to treating them. They must not view this disability as degrading or the like because this will even further lower their self-esteem and be a barrier to the bloom of their other talents. Parents must guide their children to see the brighter side of such disability. Computer-wise, there are already computer softwares developed to aid this disability.

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