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Learning

Learning problems are increasingly prevalent in today’s society. With many medicinal solutions available, parents are prone to addressing the symptoms alone, without identifying and dealing with the possible causes. At the Hearing and Health Centre we believe in assessing the individual extensively in order to find a real, sustainable solution to improve his/her ability to learn.

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Attention problems

  • ADD/ADHD &treatments
  • Autism & Asperger’s

Physical difficulties

  • Cerebral palsy
  • Developmental behaviour difficulties

Reading, Writing & Maths difficulties

  • Dyslexia
  • Mathematical problems
  • Know work at home, but not at school

Behaviour problems

  • Bedtime struggles
  • Bedwetting
  • Difficulty getting out of bed in the morning
  • Aversion of homework
  • Fighting with siblings

  • Negative self-image
  • Failure to reach potential
  • Repeat scholastic year
  • See school as a threatening place
  • Frustration and anger
  • Oppositional behaviour
  • A child/teenager with learning problems is a target for bullies

  • Difficulty hearing or seeing clearly
  • Difficulty remembering more than two instructions
  • ‘Selective’ hearing
  • Background noise interferes with concentration
  • Being bullied
  • Nutrition
  • Abuse – sexual, physical or emotional

  • A happy child, content and inquisitive child, who is eager to learn
  • A teenager who gains confidence and can take on the world
  • A young adult who sets focused goals and enjoy achieving them