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My child reads slowly, has difficulty making out the sounds of certain letters in words, and has trouble with pronunciation and blending of sounds.

My child has trouble focusing when reading, and skips words in a sentence without noticing.

My child gets easily frustrated when reading, and avoids reading altogether.

My child struggles with word recognition, memorization, and spelling, and has difficulty understanding what is read.

My child has difficulties recognizing numbers and mathematical symbols (e.g. +, -, x, ÷).

My child has trouble counting, and skips numbers when counting.

My child struggles with math calculations and understanding math language and rules (e.g. equals, greater or less than, etc.).

My child has difficulty connecting math knowledge to everyday activities or within different math concepts.

My child struggles with organizing, prioritizing, initiating, and implementing tasks.

My child has difficulty making decisions, analyzing and forming a plan, and accomplishing a goal.

My child has trouble with impulse control, anticipating consequences to their actions, and often resorts to emotional meltdowns.

My child tends to procrastinate, is easily distractible, and has difficulty completing daily tasks.

My child tends to make poor judgements, and let their emotions dominate their actions.

My child has difficulty analyzing information and reasoning logically to solve problems

My child lacks the confidence to think for themselves and arrive at their own conclusions, and often struggles to solve their own issues.

My child has trouble differentiating good and bad decisions, and understanding the consequences of their actions.

My child seems to be gifted or have above average intelligence, yet has challenges perceiving social cues, such as perceiving and interpreting body language, voice intonations, facial expressions, and gestures.

My child has outstanding vocabulary, eloquent speech, and excellent memorization skills, however, has trouble understanding language nuances, such as sarcasm or idioms.

My child struggles with coordination, fine and gross motor skills, time management, and visual-spatial awareness.

My child has a low tolerance for changes to routines, and has difficulties socializing, connecting, and interacting with peers.

My child is often forgetful and has difficulty staying on track.

My child has trouble memorizing classroom information and recalling the content at a later time.

My child struggles with following instructions that result in slow progress in the classroom.

My child has challenges retaining, processing, and juggling multiple information at one time, which often interfere with task completion.

My child has difficulties with fine motor skills that are developmentally appropriate, such as writing and drawing, using scissors, eating with utensils, and brushing their teeth and hair.

My child has challenges with gross motor skills that are developmentally appropriate, such as walking, running, climbing, dressing, and throwing and catching a ball.

My child cannot physically keep up with peers, and struggles with coordinated actions need in sports activities.

My child lacks awareness of their bodily movements, and does not have well balanced control over their physical-motor skills in order to achieve smooth, precise coordination.

My child has trouble being mindful of themselves within the space they’re in, as well as the positions of objects in that space.

My child has difficulty understanding directional space, including knowing what’s up, down, left, or right, which interferes with many everyday activities, such as knowing which shoe to put which foot, searching and finding an object, playing chess, reading a map, or connecting puzzle pieces together.

My child has difficulty with spatial awareness that interferes with academic tasks, such as math and reading skills, drawing an illustration, building a structure, or solving word problems.

My child has trouble sensing their body’s position, motion, and orientation to space that often affect their ability to visually process what’s in front, cross streets, and coordinate and plan actions accordingly.

My child lacks a sense of competence and believe in themselves to achieve or overcome obstacles.

My child often hesitates to speak up at school, give a presentation in front of the class, or ask a teacher relevant questions.

My child is afraid of making mistakes in front of others at school or in sports, yet be too worried about failure to make the change to improve.

My child fears rejection so much that they resort to isolation instead of creating friendships.

My child has difficulties relating to peers, connecting with others emotionally, and sharing healthy self-expressions.

My child has trouble empathizing with others and understanding others’ perspectives.

My child finds it challenging to assert themselves appropriately in social situations and set healthy boundaries with peers.

My child tends to have trouble resolving social conflicts with peers, and often resorts to anger, frustration, or withdrawal.