Learning and Attention Disorders:
Learning and attention disorders do not imply low intelligence, poor vision or hearing. They are brain-based difficulties in reading, writing, math, organization, focus, listening comprehension, social skills, motor skills or a combination of these. Examples of learning and attention disorder include: dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, ADHD, executive function deficit, dyspraxia and nonverbal learning disabilities. Children with learning and attention disorders may have more than one issue.
Sleep disorders are the conditions that affect sleep quality, timing, or duration. They impact the patient’s ability to properly function and can contribute to other medical problems. In some cases, sleep disorders may be symptoms for underlying mental health issues.