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Saturday, March 31, 2012

LEARNING DISABILITY– The Silent Tormentor - Part -1



 My son Rayyan has started blogging recently. He wanted to write about his animation course and his experience of learning there. Somehow he decided to write how he finally got to choose the profession he always loved, by going through the struggles in his school and college. Though I was a caring and loving Mom, I am getting a closer glimpse to what he has been through by reading it in his own words. 

So I am dedicating this present post to introduce the readers to Learning Disabilities which may help them to stop another child from being tormented like Rayyan  was. I did my best to be there and support him all through his struggles but it has been very tough for him. 


27 comments:

  1. Thanx Ma'am for sharing this - this post helps to bring in light to the silent struggles a child may face...and informative to those who are unaware or less knowledgeable about LD ....happy for your son - he is a fighter like you. God Bless:)

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    1. My son is a silent thriver I should say where as I am noisy fighter LOL

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  2. sometimes i think we all have some LD or the other. I may be a good reader but I cant draw for nuts. There are people who cant sing, cant dance, cant do sports yet we only call academically challenges as 'disabilities'

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    1. There are things like people not understand the graphs or geography, directions, numerals etc. Singing, dancing and sports are not required life skills. They are extra activities or hobbies of choice. One of the reasons why a person who cannot sing is not said to be disabled.

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  3. very concerned points brought up, and awareness in this is lacking. very well said. awaiting your next post.

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  4. hmmm goood one , loved reading it . sometimes we dont consider this as a problem and think of people who suffer from this in the wrong way.

    More and more awareness is needed for sure ..

    Bikram's

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    1. I know.. they are usually branded lazy or uninterested in studies. Hope people change their views

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  5. As usual, you have offered a fresh perspective to yet another human affliction. I will wait for the concluding part on LD.

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    1. My fresh perspective comes from my own experience. It is different to hear about the drowning experience and feel it for yourself ;)

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  6. LD .. completely destroys the emotional framework of children. the world externally is tormenting enough...but when it gets inside the child ...its the child inthe adult who suffers silently.

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    1. If handled properly, the emotional destruction can be avoided. All we need is more awareness

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  7. very interesting one farida

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  8. How true! One must be aware and not act panicky as that may lead to hasty decisions that may hurt the child and affect him in a negative way. Ld needs to be dealt with in the right manner..

    PS: I checked out Rayyan's blog today, It's just.. Wow! :)

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    1. Thanks for supporting Rayyan.. he is a cool guy and takes everything in his stride calmly.

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  9. Farida...a very informative post from you....and i am very sure it will really be helpful for many people...thanks for sharing.....waiting for the next post related to this....

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    1. There are going to be few more posts on this topic ... Need to find time to sit down and write the blog. Sigh!

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  10. Oh this is a very difficult thing. I mean you won't even know that someone is suffering which means you will go through a difficult phase before figuring it out. Thanks for sharing and you should be proud as a mother when you see your son achieving heights...:)

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  11. Yes Saru.. it is tough to recognize LD. I am proud of my son for being an amazing, kind and loving human being. Achievements are bonus :)

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  12. Maybe it is the language that is disabled? Did anyone consider the idea of reforming the English spelling, which is known in linguistic circles to be one of those most awful of all Western spelling systems, to boost literacy? It is used by 1/3 of the world's population, so it would be a ROI (return on investment, I think)! 88 spelling rules! 400 ways to spell 42 phonemes using 26 letters! (Finnish has 1 letter for every phoneme and Finland's students top international tests [PISA] consistently. Connect the dots!) 24 ways to spell the "oo" phoneme like in "moon"! Want to know more. Go to http://reforming-english.blogspot.ca/

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