1) Dyscalculia:

  • It’s a specific learning disability that negatively affects a persons ability in learning and understanding arithmetic.
  • The child may not be able to understand numbers , how to manipulate them and learning mathematical facts.

2) Dyspraxia:

  • It affects movement, coordination, judgement, processing, memory, speech and cognitive skills of a person.
  • When a child experiences coordination difficulties, it may affect in participation and functioning of everyday’s life skills.


  • Dysgraphia affects written expression of a child.
  • It may appear as difficulty in spelling, poor handwriting and trouble putting thoughts on paper.
  • Dysgraphia can either be language based or non-language based.