What is Nonverbal Learning Difficulties (NVLD)
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What is Nonverbal Learning Disabilities (NVLD)?
Nonverbal Learning Disabilities (NLD) refer to problem solving which does not directly involve the use of spoken language.
Parents and teachers should beware of a potential confusion of terminology in this area (as in others!)
These problems refer to difficulties with regard to problem-solving which does not directly involve the use of spoken language.
Examples include, problems with:
- Confusion with regard to directionality.
- Spatial organisation.
- Understanding maps.
- Concepts in science and geography.
The picture can be complicated by poor short-term memory and physical co-ordination problems.
There can also be problems with regard to hyperactivity. Some individuals present as having personality and/or behaviour difficulty which can handicap them socially.
A careful consideration of the whole picture by the psychologist is essential.
Other terms used with reference to this group of difficulties include:
- Performance Deficit
- Right Hemisphere Syndrome
- Strauss Syndrome.
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