All have disabilities of some type. Examples:
1) Physical: cerebral palsy, spina bifida, hydrocephalus, hemiplegia.
2) Mental: mental retardation, learning disabilities, central auditory processing delay, dyslexia.
3) Emotional: Phobias, Self-cutting, Depression.
4) Social: School Phobia, Aggressiveness.
5) Mixture of above: Bipolar Disorder, Autism, Anorexia.
It's not the children its the parents and the family environment. A Child is like a seed. If it is in good rich soil, regularly watered and taken care of, lots of sunshine it's going to grow into an exceptional plant. Sure there are bad seeds. But put who do you think will grow better a not so good seed in an excelent soil or a good seed in a bad soil. The former off course. you can write 100 pages of dissertation if you want factor number 1 is the parents and family environment. Your question is flawed from the beginning as it assumes it is 100% the children. It's mostly the parents.
Some children are auditory learners, some are visual and others are a hands-on learner. There are all kinds of checklists to determine what type of learner you are. Very interesting. Check online and you'll find lots, i'm sure. good luck
depends. With autism alone you are dealing with a very wide range of how different people can learn
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