What we know about Learning Disabilities
Understanding learning disabilities (LD) can be confusing. Sometimes it is hard to separate fact from fiction or truth from opinion. The member organizations that comprise the National Joint Committee on Learning Disabilities (NJCLD) have long accepted these five facts as indisputable points of agreement:
- People with LD have brains that are wired differently
- LD impacts the way the brain processes information
- LD can affect learning across many different subjects
- LD continues throughout the lifespan
- LD exists across class, culture, race, language, and gender
Click to download our infographic or learn more by reading our paper “Learning Disabilities: Implications for Policy Regarding Research and Practice”.