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Specific Learning Disability (SLD) Treatment

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Specific Learning Disability (SLD) is a disorder in which the child has difficulty in either understanding, speaking, or in written language. The child may exhibit it in their lack of ability to listen, write, read, spell, or solve mathematical problems that their same age peers can do. Children with SLD have difficulty learning at the same pace as their other peers, may feel themselves to not be good in learning or think they are stupid, face major challenges in following school lessons and thus may avoid doing homework, and moreover develop low confidence.
Counselling thus becomes an essential aid in helping these children develop their learning skills as well as develop as individuals. Counsellors can help identify the specific challenges unique to each child with SLD and help make a treatment plan in conjunction with teachers and parents for enhancing the learning of the child. Counsellors can help parents and teachers understand the do’s and don’t’s in dealing with the child that makes it easier for the child to learn while at the same time reduces critical remarks from elders that could negative impact the child’s psychological and emotional well-being.


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How effective is Counselling for SLD?

Counselling is effective in devising a treatment plan for the child with SLD that maximizes the efficiency of their learning, psycho-educating the parents and teachers that allows them to be cooperative components towards the child’s positive growth, as well as helps the child gain back their confidence in their ability to succeed, do well academically and otherwise.

What are the benefits of Counselling for SLD?

Counsellors can help a child with SLD in –

  • Identifying the specific type of learning difficulty exhibited,
  • Developing an Individualized Education Program (IEP) that involves various professionals and takes care of the learning needs of the student,
  • Helping the child deal with their emotional distress as a result of SLD as well as otherwise faced.
  • Referring the child to the appropriate professional as required for their specific learning disability.

How many numbers of sessions are required?

The number of sessions differs for each child and would often include parents (and teachers) as part of the sessions to understand the difficulties of the child better.

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