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Horowitz, discussed learning disabilites as they affect adults. He argued that although, learning disabilities are usually diagnosed during childhood, adults live and struggle with learning disabilities as well since there is no cure for them. Therapy may be helpful in assisting individuals deal with the challenges that learning disabilities may cause Horowitz, While this paper was written about 25 years ago, Horowitz claims that the following facts from the paper are still true for adults with learning disabilities Horowitz, :.
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Adults with Learning Disabilities
When learning disabilities in adults go undiagnosed
A number of considerations should be kept in mind when considering the characteristics of adults with learning disabilities LD. This diversity exists because learning disabilities are not a unitary construct. An individual can have one specific problem or a constellation of problems. Moreover, learning disabilities do not manifest themselves in individuals in exactly the same way. Some learning disabilities can be mild, while others can be quite severe. Second, it is important to note that, by definition, an adult who has learning disabilities is of average or above average intelligence. This wide span of ability means that it is possible for IQs to be low average to high or even gifted.
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Signs of learning and thinking differences in adults
The impact of learning disabilities is lifelong. The issues that made school work so challenging as a child crop up again in the workplace, in social situations, and in our homes. Paperwork and reports at work; keeping up with bills; and helping our children with their homework can be a struggle.
Because differences are our greatest strength. With the right support, adults with learning and thinking differences can manage their symptoms and find success. Some people think learning and thinking differences only affect children. But adults can have them too. Things like staying focused and organized, writing down information or changing routines may be hard for you.