Question: Learning Disability Symptoms - What Are Symptoms of a Learning Disability?
Learning disability symptoms can range from mild to severe and may affect several areas of life.
Answer: Symptoms of a learning disability can sometimes be seen in young children. In other cases, learning disability symptoms may not be apparent until children are older. Learning disability symptoms can appear as a child's inability to learn specific skills, fear of or avoidance of academic tasks, low self-esteem, moodiness, and behavior problems.
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