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Dear Friend,

Dyscalculia 101 Is your child struggling with basic math facts, or do you struggle to manage your finances or figure out the tip at a restaurant? If so, a learning disability called dyscalculia may be to blame. Dyscalculia is a much more recent discovery than, say, dyslexia, but it’s every bit as real. Because dyscalculia isn’t recognized or understood as well as some other types of LD, it’s critical to have a basic understanding of the disorder and how it’s treated. If you and/or your child simply aren’t math-minded, the following articles offer help and hope.

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