Inclusive Education is the required educational assistance to a child that faces special Learning Disabilities in all related fields of its development, especially the psychology, social development and education, including all educational levels, elementary until university.
Learning Disability is any difficulty a child faces in comprehending or use of the language, in realization of mathematical calculations, in remaining focused or even in coordinating the body movements.
Learning Disabilities are result of neurological variations in the structure and function of the brain. These variations is usually hereditary and affect the capability of the child to receive, store, process or communicate information.
In most cases, the Learning Disabilities are recognized when the child starts going to school at the age of 3.
According to the American Institute of Health, the 8 most common signs of Learning Disabilities are the below:
- Difficulty in reading and/or writing
- Difficulty in maths
- Difficulty in memorization
- Difficulty in focusing
- Difficulty in following instructions
- Luck of coordination
- Difficulty of managing time terminologies
- Difficulty in getting organized