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Common Types of Learning Disabilities in Kids – Part I

Posted on: June 15, 2010


This is the first in the series of learning disabilities in childhood. Here we take a look at ADHD and Autism

Common Types of Learning Disabilities

Dyslexia Difficulty processing language Problems reading, writing, spelling, speaking
Dyscalculia Difficulty with math Problems doing math problems, understanding time, using money
Dysgraphia  Difficulty with writing Problems with handwriting, spelling, organizing ideas
Dyspraxia (Sensory Integration Disorder) Difficulty with fine motor skills Problems with hand–eye coordination, balance, manual dexterity
Auditory Processing Disorder Difficulty hearing differences between sounds Problems with reading, comprehension, language
Visual Processing Disorder Difficulty interpreting visual information Problems with reading, math, maps, charts, symbols, pictures

 

(helpguide.org)

Other disabilities

  1. ADD / ADHD in Children – Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is ADHD is a common, treatable childhood illness that can affect areas of the brain connected to problem solving, planning ahead, understanding others’ actions and controlling impulses. The primary symptoms of the condition are hyperactivity, impulsivity and inattention.

 

Symptoms:

•have a hard time paying attention

•daydream a lot

•not seem to listen

•be easily distracted from schoolwork or play

•forget things

•be in constant motion or unable to stay seated

•squirm or fidget

•talk too much

•not be able to play quietly

•act and speak without thinking

•have trouble taking turns

•interrupt others

People with ADHD have trouble paying attention, controlling impulsive behaviors (might act without thinking about what the result will be), and in some cases, are overly active.

Causes:

•Brain injury

•Environmental exposures (e.g., lead)

•Alcohol and tobacco use during pregnancy

•Premature delivery

•Low birth weight

Treatment

In most cases, ADHD is best treated with a combination of medication and behavior therapy. Most children with ADHD may however, be prescribed medicines like Methylphenidate (Ritalin) to curb their hyperactivity.  No single treatment is the answer for every child and good treatment plans will include close monitoring, follow-ups and any changes needed along the way.

Though the treatment measures used may cause some stunting of growth in children, most children catch up later on. The prognosis for children with ADHD is usually good.

Support Groups Of ADD/ADH In India

Indian Web Sites/online groups

  1. ADD/ADHD India Discussion Group – Yahoo Group – http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/adhd-india/?yguid=66420335

 

To subscribe – send mail to adhd-india-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

  1. Blog – http://www.addadhdblog.com/about/

http://www.theadhddoctor.com/#7c272

The site offers periodic newsletter on ADHD too.

Books on ADHD

  1. ‘ADHD – Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder’, authored by Parvathy Viswanath, Founder Director – AIKYA Special School. For more details – http://archives.chennaionline.com/health/News/2006/09adhd.asp

 

or call : 98400 57975

Homeopathy/Natural Treatment

I am copying this from one of the Yahoo Answers. Pretty Useful information.

“I don’t recommend homeopathic remedies. Homeopathy asserts that the more diluted with water the active constituent is; the more potent it becomes. It’s utter nonsense! When homeopathy works, it’s by using the placebo response, like giving someone a sugar, or inert pill, and they feel better. Primitive shamans (witch doctors) got their results the same way.

I also don’t recommend any of the powerful, and addictive central nervous system stimulants. An increased incidence of abuse of cocaine, crack cocaine, crystal meth, and other amphetamines has been reported among users of Ritalin, and other amphetamine related medications, which may well predispose them to later abuse street drugs, with all the undesirable consequences involved.

The only medication for it not in the stimulant family that I know of is Strattera, which is structurally related to the antidepressants, and carries risks, and side effects of its own; see http://www.drugs.com. People in most Western countries often get several times more Omega 6, than Omega 3, when a far healthier ratio is 1:1 and that deficiency is thought to be a major factor in ADD/ADHD.

Take at least 4 Omega 3 fish oil supplements, daily: (certified free of mercury) it is best if consumed with an antioxidant, such as an orange, or its FRESHLY SQUEEZED juice. If vitamin E is added, it should be certified as being 100% from natural sources, or it may be synthetic: avoid it. Eat more in accordance with your “nutritional type”:- ( 20 question quiz http://www.naturalhealthcoach.com/tools ) or at http://www.mercola.com/ and also enter “krill oil”, & “ADHD” in their searchbar. Eliminate, or minimise sugar use, replacing with xylitol, or stevia (health food stores).

Avoid artificial colours, flavours, sweeteners, preservatives, & MSG. Minimise highly processed grains, & alcohol use.

 Books: 1. “The A.D.D. and A.D.H.D. Diet! A Comprehensive Look at Contributing Factors and Natural Treatments for Symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder and Hyperactivity” by Rachel Bell.

  1. “Ritalin Is Not The Answer: A Drug-Free, Practical Program for Children Diagnosed with ADD or ADHD” by David B. Stein,
  2. ADHD: A Path to Success: A Revolutionary Theory and New Innovation in Drug-Free Therapy by Lawrence Weathers,
  3. ADD/ADHD Drug Free: Natural Alternatives and Practical Exercises to Help Your Child Focus by Frank Jacobelli and Lynn A.
  4. Watson, & Dr. Bob’s Guide to Stop ADHD in 18 Days by Robert DeMaria,
  5.  The ADD and ADHD Cure: The Natural Way to Treat Hyperactivity and Refocus Your Child by Jay Gordon and Jennifer Chang.
  6.  “HOW TO BEAT HYPERACTIVITY WITHOUT DRUGS Reversing ADD and ADHD in 20 days” Michael Sichel & Greta Sichel. 2001. Bookbound Publishing. ISBN 1 74011 010

You could try your bookstore, or Amazon.com (also enter in their searchbar: “ADD + ADHD; natural treatments”). If you can’t get it those ways, you can also try Bookbound.com.au .

INDIAN SUPPORT GROUPS

Chennai

1. AIKYA – Centre to Integrate the Different

is a Special School for Children with special needs. AIKYA specializes in Early Intervention Programme; runs a school for children with Autism, Down’s Syndrome, Learning disability: brings out publications; conducts awareness programmes, workshops and seminars and short term courses. Actively supports parents and young children

AIKYA,

1/1,Bhagirathi Ammal Street,

R.A.Puram,

Chennai 600 028.

Tel: 91-44-493 8443 / 91-44-499 3892

Email: aikyaschool@hotmail.com or parvathyv@hotmail.com

Mumbai

  1. Vrudhi Holistic Learning

7/9 Chandra Niwas, Colony Road, Sion

Mumbai – 33

Phone – 022-24037053

 http://www.vrudhihmc.com/home.asp

Goa

  1. Sangath Centre for Child Development & Family Guidance

 

Sangath works on issues related to children, adolescents and families. The Society  focuses on all children, adolescents and families regardless of creed, caste or social economic status, and work mainly to promote their good health in all aspects i.e. physical, psychological and social. The Society also endeavours to strengthen families and empower them to provide for the physical and developmental needs of their children.

North Goa:841/1, Near Electricity Dept.,       

Alto Porvorim, Bardez-Goa -India.

E-mail: contactus@sangath.com

Phone no.: (91-832) 2414916

                   (91-832) 2417914

Fax No.    : (91-832) 2411709

http://www.sangath.com/

South Goa: H. No.1272/A, Santemol,

Sonarwaddo, Raia, Salcette – Goa – India 403 720

E-mail: youth1stop@gmail.com

Phone no.: (91-832)  2777307

(91-832)    2776716

  1. Autism In India

 

Autism is a complex developmental disability that shows its symptoms during the first three years of a kid’s life as a result of a neurological disorder that affects communication skills. Autism is a problem of social and emotional interaction.

Although the causes of autism are not yet fully understood, experts agree that the earlier autistic children receive treatment for their symptoms, the better. Early intervention makes a huge difference in the outcome of the disorder, so as a parent, it’s important to know autism’s warning signs and seek immediate help if you spot them in your child.

The following delays warrant an immediate evaluation by your child’s pediatrician:

By 6 months:    No big smiles or other warm, joyful expressions.

By 9 months:    No back-and-forth sharing of sounds, smiles, or other facial expressions.

By 12 months:  No babbling or “baby talk.”

By 12 months:  No back-and-forth gestures, such as pointing, showing, reaching, or waving.

By 16 months:  No spoken words.

By 24 months:  No meaningful two-word phrases that don’t involve imitating or repeating.

At any age:       Any loss of speech, babbling, or social skills.

Source: First Signs

Autism in India:

According to autism-india.org, “recent estimates have placed the prevalence of autism in the U.S. at approximately 1 in 150 people. At India’s current population, this means there are more than 2 million autistic persons in the country. Of course, this estimate assumes that there are no significant variations in this rate worldwide, which is a question that has not yet been addressed by epidemiologists outside the West.

While the disorder is not rare, the majority of autistic people in India have not been diagnosed and do not receive the services they need. This problem occurs in many countries, but is especially true in India where there is a tremendous lack of awareness and misunderstanding about autism among the medical professionals, who may either misdiagnose or under diagnose the condition.”

Support Groups in India:

DELHI

 

1. Action For Autism (AFA)

The National Centre for Autism

Pocket 7 & 8

Jasola Vihar

New Delhi-110025

Tel: 91-11-65347422               91-11-65347422     

Tel: 91-11-40540991               91-11-40540991      , 40540992

Email: actionforautism@gmail.com

Web: http://www.autism-india.org

2. Adhaar Workskills Training for Adolescents and Adults

The National Centre for Autism

Pkt 7 & 8 Jasola Vihar

New Delhi 110025

Tel: 91-11-65347422

Fax: 91-11-40540993

Email: actionforautism@gmail.com

Web: http://www.autism-india.org

3. The Ashish Centre

F-3, First Floor

(Opp. Ramila Maidan)

Vikaspuri

New Delhi 110048

Email: mail@ashishindia.org

Web: http://www.ashishindia.org/

4. Inspiration

AG1 123D

Vikaspuri

New Delhi-110018

Tel: 011-25611861, 25412463

5. Open Door – The National Centre for Autism

Pkt 7 & 8 Jasola Vihar

New Delhi 110025

Tel: 91-11-65347422, 40540991/2

Fax: 91-11-40540993

Email: actionforautism@gmail.com

Web: http://www.autism-india.org/afa_opendoor.htm

6. Sawera

Dr BR Ambedkar Centre

Guru Ravidas Mandir Complex

Opp New Railway Station

Sector 2, Naya Nangal, Ropar

Tel: 01887-221574, 94170-43267

Mob: 09417043267

Email: sawera_chd@hotmail.com

7. School of Hope

CPWD Complex

Near Chinmay School

Vasant Vihar

New Delhi 110 057

Tel: 26143853, 26151572

Email: tamana@mantramail.com

8. St. Mary’s School, Aasmaan

Sector-19, Dwarka

New Delhi 110 075

Tel: +91 11 28042487

Email: stmarysschooldwarka@rediff.com

9. Vatsalya Special School

R-756 Old Rajinder Nagar

New Delhi

Tel: 011 25862824

10. Disability India Network

Society For Child Development

Cottage 15, Oberoi Apts

2 Sham Nath Marg

Delhi 110 054

Email: webmaster@disabilityindia.org

Web: http://www.disabilityindia.org/

The Disability India Network provides comprehensive information related to disability in India. It is hosted by the Society for Child Development.

 

 

MUMBAI

 

1. Forum For Autism

2nd floor, Block A, Jeshtaram Baug

Dr.Ambedkar Rd, Dadar,

Mumbai 400 014

Email: forumforautism@hotmail.com

Web: http://www.geocities.com/Autismawareness/

2. SOPAN

A-4 Silver Arch, Ramnagar

Borivali (W)

Mumbai 400 092

Tel: 022-28064443

Tel: 022-28864183

Email: sopantrust@rediffmail.com

Web: http://www.sopan.org

3. Ummeed Child Development Center

Ground Floor, Mantri Pride

1-B, 1/62, N.M. Joshi Marg

Subhash Nagar

Near Chinchpokli Station

Lower Parel

Mumbai 400011

Tel: 65528310, 65564054, 23002006, 23001144

Email: ummeed@vsnl.net

Web: http://www.ummeed.org

4. Ashiana

Nityanand Municipal School

Sahar Road, Andheri East

Mumbai

Tel: 022-26845062 26125742

Email: ashiana_institute@hotmail.com

5. Child Development Center (CDC) at the Hinduja Hospital

Rm no-2310, 2nd floor, OPD bldg

P.D. Hinduja Hospital,

Mahim Mumbai-400016

Tel: 24451515 ext- 8258/ 8259, 2447258/59

Fax: 24445907

Email: vrajeshudani@yahoo.co.in

6. Dakshinya Special Education Centre & School for Autism

A 32/250, Old Siddharth Nagar

Road no. 10, Behind Aadarsha Vidyalaya

Goregaon (W)

Mumbai-400062

Mob: 09819023790

7. Khushi

A/1,Raj Mahal Apartments,

Service Road, Jogeshwari (East)

Next to BMC garden

Mumbai 400 060

Tel: 98195 61468

Tel: 98205 92543

Email: reena.singh@khushi.net.in

Web: http://www.khushi.net.in

8. Priyanj Special School

239/1905 Motilal Nagar no 1,

Achyut Behre Marg,

Near Ganesh Mandir, Road no 4,

Goregaon (west),

Mumbai -400104.

Tel: 022-28753880/ 9821098325

Mob: 09821098325

Email: priyanj_school@yahoo.co.in

9. Podar Khushi Kids (kindergarten cum therapy centre)

Podar Jumbo Kids

9A/1 Model Town, Near Takshila

Off Mahakali Caves Rd,

Andheri-East,

Mumbai-93

Tel: 40262324

Ms Sangeeta Pandey

email: pjkandherieast@podar.net

10. Podar Jumbo Kids

22/5, Naman Dadabhai Rd,

Andheri-West

Mumbai-58

Tel: 26704842

Ms Paresh Daxini 

email: pjkandheri@podar.net

11. Podar Happy Kids

85, Podar Centre,

Post Office Lane, off Ambedkar Rd,

Parel

Mumbai-12

Tel: 43330063/62

Ms Bhakti Trivedi

email: phkparel@podar.net 

web: http://podarkhushikids.com/

12. SAI

173, Ramkrishna, 2nd floor

10th Road, Khar West

Mumbai 400 052

Tel: 022-26007267

Email: kamini108@rediffmail.com

13. SAIRAM Autism

C/o Jai Vakeel School

Sewri Hills, Sewri Road

Mumbai 400 033

Tel: 022-24701129, 24702285

14. Samarpan

M.G. Road Municipal School

Opp. Parle Vidya Tilak Mandir

3rd floor, Above Marathi Medium School

Near Kesrekar Garden

Vile Parle (East)

Mumbai 400 057

Tel : 022 – 26336537, 56043998

Email:samarpan_asd@rediffmail.com

15. Smt. Radhabai Jamnadas Thakkar Autistic Centre

Shree Manav Seva Sangh

255-257, Sion Road, Sion (West)

Mumbai-400022

Tel: 24092266, 24077350, 24015561, 24077327

Email: smss@bom8.vsnl.com

Web: http://www.shreemanavseva.org

16. Umang Charitable Trust’s Umang Centre

93/924 Siddhivinayak Soc.

New Link Road,Mahavir Nagar,

Kandivali (W)

Mumbai- 400067

Tel: 28600 624

Email: bhawanakerkar@yahoo.com

Web: http://www.umangtrust.org

HYDERABAD

1. Autism Society of Hyderabad (ASH)

1-2-593/26A Near Bala Saibaba Temple

Gagan Mahal

Hyderabad 500 029

Tel: 91 9848513192

Email: autismsociety.hyderabad@gmail.com

2. Institute for Remedial Intervention Services

8-2-/B/2/D

Road No:11

Banjara Hills

Hyderabad 500034

Web: http://www.autismindia.com

3. Development Centre for Children with Autism

1143 Sri Siddartha Campus

Srinagar Colony

Hyderabad- 500073

Tel: 040- 23732285

Email: eadara_raj@yahoo.co.in

KOLKATA

1. Autism Society West Bengal

22 Anjuman Ara Begum Row

Kolkata 700 033

Tel: 033 64571576

Tel: 09830139173

Email: autismsocietywb@gmail.com

2. Creating Connections

10/4 Block B

6 Sunny Park

Kolkata-700019

Mob: 09830941233, 09810225923

Email: shaneelm@gmail.com

3. Dikshan

22 Anjuman Ara Begum Row

Kolkata 700033

Tel: 033 – 24730706 , 24170860

Email: indrani_basu55@yahoo.co.in

4. Pradip Centre for Autism

Dr. Mallika Banerjee

Flat No: 4, Lakeview Cooperative Housing Society

P-203/B, Block B

Kolkatta – 700089

Tel : 033-25341832/25748503 (office) 25340891 (d)

Email: mallib@hotmail.com

BANGALORE

1. Autism Society of India

60 Vittal Mallya Road

Bangalore 560001

Phone: 91-80-2322-5279

Email: autismsociety@gmail.com

Website: http://www.autismsocietyofindia.org

2. India Autism Forum

S-123, Kirloskar Colony,

III Stage IV Block, Basveswarnagar,

Bangalore 560 079

Tel: 080 3225279

Tel: 080 3230357

Email: Info@ashaforautism.com

Web: http://www.ashaforautism.com

3. Academy for Severe Handicaps and Autism (ASHA)

3rd Stage 4th Block

Basveswarnagar

Bangalore- 560 079

Tel: 080-23225279

Fax: 080-22258103

Email : info@ashaforautism.com

Web: http://www.ashaforautism.com/

4. Bubbles Centre for Autism

(A unit of Biswa Gouri Charitable Trust)

1279, 1st Cross Road

Govindraj Nagar

Bangalore 79

Tel: 98455 57115

Email: aatmaja66@gmail.com

Web: http://www.bubbles-bangalore.blogspot.com

5. Communication DEALL

47 Hutchins Road II Cross

Sarvajna Nagara (Cooke’s Town)

Bangalore 560 084

Tel: 91 080 2580 0826

Email: info@communicationdeall.org

Web : http://www.communicationdeall.org

5. DEC

C/o Spastics Society of Karnataka

31, 5th Cross, Off 5th Main

Indira Nagar

1st Stage

Bangalore 560038

6. Sunshine Centre For Autism

280, 6th Cross

Domlur Layout

Bangalore-71

Tel : 08065360892

Email: sunshineautism@vsnl.net

CHENNAI

1. We Can Trust

Registered Office:

No 4/2 Parsn Riviera

4th Main Road Extn

Kotturpuram, Chennai – 600085

Resource Centre:

No 5 Blue Beach Road,

Neelangarai,

Chennai 600 041

Tel: 044 65461010

Tel: 044 42862221

Email: info@wecanindia.org

Web: http://www.wecanindia.org

2. Pradip Centre for Autism

Dr. Mallika Banerjee

Flat No: 4, Lakeview Cooperative Housing Society

P-203/B, Block B

Kolkatta – 700089

Tel : 033-25341832/25748503 (office) 25340891 (d)

Email: mallib@hotmail.com

3. Sankalp Learning Centre

Q-9, New No. 41, 6th. Avenue.

Chennai 600040

Tamil Nadu

Tel: 044 42113947

Email: sulata.sankalp@airtelbroadband.in

4. Swabhimaan Trust

Plot No: 218 & 301, Palkalai Nagar,

Palavakkam, Chennai-600041

Tel: +91 44 24511670

Email: ism_chhc@hotmail.com

Web: http://www.autismchennai.in

5. Chennai Holistic Health Centre for Autism

Plot no:218, Palkalai Nagar, Palavakkam

Chennai-600041, Tamilnadu.

Tel: 91 44 24511670

Email: ism_chhc@hotmail.com

Web: http://www.autismchennai.in

OTHER CITIES

1. Assam Autism Foundation

5 Dinesh Ojha Path, Rajgarh

Guwahati 781 005

Assam

Tel: 00911-9864027292/14608

Email: autismassam@sify.com

Web: http://www.aaf.org.in/

2. Parents Network for Autism

C-213, Patel Park

Nirala Nagar

Lucknow- 226020

Tel: 0522-2786508

3. Parents Association for Autistic Children

Plot No 779 Defence Colony

Sainikpuri

Secunderabad-500094

Tel: 040-27110749

Email: paac2004autism@yahoo.com

4. Asha Ka Jharna

Harlalka Kothi

Nawalgarh 333042

Rajasthan

Tel: 01594-222930/223094

Email: sudeepgo@rediffmail.com

5. Autism Centre

c/o Prasanna Hospital

Deccan Gymkhana,

Pune 411004

Tel: 91-020-25652246

Email: info@prasannaautism.org

Web: http://www.prasannaautism.org

6. Autism Special School

(State child welfare council)

Ayyanthole,

Thrissur

Tel: 0487 2360946

Director’s No 9745614208

7. Centre for Autism Therapy, Counselling and Help (CATCH)

26, Madhusudan Nagar

Unit 4

Bhubanswar 751001

Orissa

Tel: 9937004040

Email: jenareeta@hotmail.com

Web: http://www.catchindia.org

8. Darpan

3759/2 Kundan Nagar

Near Gurudwara Model Town Extn.

Model Town

Ludhiana Punjab

Mob : 09417160463

9. Disha Charitable Trust

319-320, Race Course Towers, Gotri Road,

Vadodara-390 007

Gujarat

Tel: 91-265-2325250

Fax: 91-265-2300059

Email: dishatrust@iqara.net

Web: http://www.disha.org/

10. Diuli Daycare Centre cum Preschool

841/1, Alto Porvorim,

Goa 403 521

Tel: 0832 – 2414916

11. Jyot Special School

Kutarkar Residency

Near multipurpose school,

Borda, Margao,

Goa – 403601

Tel: 0832 2765097

12. Muskan

Special Education Centre for Autism

M.S. 39, Sec-D (Near Puraniya Chauraha),

Aliganj, Lucknow

Tel: 0522-2334811

Mob: 09794904682

13. Pathways

Sunita S. Lele

14, Pooja, Pandurang Colony

Pune 411 038

Maharashtra

14. Rakshna

No 4 Rajaji Street

Gandhi Nagar

Madhurai 625 020

Tamil Nadu

15. Sanmvedana School for Children with Autism

Opposite Landar Park, Near Hanuman Mandir

Ramdaspeth

Nagpur 400 015

Tel: 3290434, 9822571619, 2284621, 9765290903

16. Sawera

Dr BR Ambedkar Centre

Guru Ravidas Mandir Complex

Opp New Railway Station

Sector 2, Naya Nangal, Ropar

Tel: 01887-221574

Email: sawera_chd@hotmail.com

17. National Institute of Mental Handicap (NIMH)

Manovikas Nagar

Secunderabad 500 009

Tel: 091 2775 1741-45

Fax: 091 40 2775 0198

Email: hd1_nimhldhk@sancharnet.in

Web: http://www.nimhindia.org/

Important Links on Internet

1. National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences (NIMHANS)

Web: http://www.nimhans.kar.nic.in/

The National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences is a multidisciplinary Institute for patient care and academic pursut in the area of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences. Among many other services, NIMHANS provides evaluations and counseling.

2. National Trust of India

Web: http://www.nationaltrust.org.in

The National Trust is a statutory body under the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Government of India, set up under the “National trust for the welfare of persons with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Mental Retardation And Multiple Disabilities” Act (Act 44 of 1999).

3. Rehabilitation Council of India

Web: http://www.rehabcouncil.nic.in

The Rehabilitation Council of India was set up as a registered society in 1986 and currently has the twin responsibility of standardizing and regulating the training of professional and personnel in the field of Rehabilitation and Special Education. The Parliament enacted the Rehabilitation Council of India Act in 1992, which was amended by the Parliament in 2000 to make it more broad based.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

             

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