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The National Center for Learning Disabilities
NCLD has developed the LD Checklist: Recognize & Respond tool to help spot the potential signs of LD Take the first step here: ncldco/LDRR #Check4LD
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Show me a dyslexic brain Show me the cells, molecules and Adam’s in my body that mean I MUST be segregated from society!
Comment from : hello

Anise Flavored Hot Sauce
I would really appreciate a comparison between NVLD and SPCD
Comment from : Anise Flavored Hot Sauce

This really helped me understand my condition
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Stanley Tandiono
Ig i should add this to my "what i might have" list
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Heather simpson
I have Adhd and was Diagnosed NVL last year my whole life I couldn't pick up math and I never can understand it
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So Sheldon actually grew up
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Author Kacy Chambers
Thanks for this video❣ I wrote a children's book about Nonverbal Learning Disability that I would love to send to you
Comment from : Author Kacy Chambers

I think Nonverbal Learning Disability is a diagnosis that doctors give you when they know your autistic but just don't want to diagnose you with autism I knew a girl that had the Nonverbal Learning Disability diagnosis that she got when she was little but you could clearly tell that she was actually autistic She stimmed and stuff
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Baggy Britches
jesus, i think i have this
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Shireen Dhar
sounds a lot like autism
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Jenny Beany
Everybody has the questions , No one has the answer
Comment from : Jenny Beany

So slapping somebody with this disorder is just as bad as making fun of somebody with Alopecia Got it br"Keep my wife's name out your #### mouth! She has a disability!"br"I will, and yet I also have a disability" brbrWhat an ironic world we live in Everybody it seems has some disorder
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Teresa Baxter
My grandson was recently diagnosed with speech aphasia, and I am searching for information
Comment from : Teresa Baxter

I thankfully was into metaphors and poetry so I am good at reading the great jobs of the world!!
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Conaday Sweet
OK I have nonverbal learning disorder this does not apply to everybody I can be very streetsmart I’ve learned to read between the lines sometimes yes it’s hard but it’s not impossible and I’m good at solving word probleams But I’m 24 and I learned that stuff but I was always Emotionaly smart but I believe a lot of people with this disability have bigger emotions than most people and math is Definetly hard
Comment from : Conaday Sweet

Interesting However, Mathematical word problems should not be a problem if they are highly verbal with comprehension Where does being poor with spelling come into this
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Jennifer Golay
my 12 year old daughter has been diagnosed with NVLD I need help in making sure that she grows up strong, confident and happy any suggestions on how I can help her
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abdul mahbut
i need help sone one help me pls
Comment from : abdul mahbut

This sounds a lot like mild autism Is there some overlap?
Comment from : Birdlover

Kamal Chemlal
I love how the comment section is full of people that also have NVLD which means they are very articulate It is truly comforting to see a bunch of people that can ACTUALLY form a sentence in the Youtube comment section from time to time
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John Smith
It’s not really a disorder The only disorder comes from so called ‘non verbal learners’, and their self interested abuse of metalegal and logically unjustifiable techniques of bullying and control which are maliciously disguised as ‘nonverbal communication’
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charlie kelly
Dr Said I had this
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Sandra Meesala
OMG I literally have this I sucked at math (word problems) but was good at algebra and up which just involved equations But theoretical physics sucked for me cause I could never picture what was happening I suck at all things coordination - choreographed dance, riding a bike, was horrible at gym I find that writing and verbal expression helps me process my thoughts I recently realized that I'm terrible when it comes to spatial awareness/judgement which affects cooking, driving, and sometimes routine things Wow THANK YOU!
Comment from : Sandra Meesala

I definitely have a terrible time with directions
Comment from : mmmpoetry

Emma Burgess Roy
I was looking for resources after recently being diagnosed and I found this informative and helpful for someone that does not know about this other than the personal experience Thanks so much, lovely job
Comment from : Emma Burgess Roy

So my physiatrist said that this is what I am but I think most of it is not me I only have few of these traits What?
Comment from : Coco

Penyejuk Hati
Can this be overlap with dispraxia? And is NVLD can be diagnosed in Sensory Processing Disorder? I need to find out what ny daughter is facing now Because she is on diagnosis of dispraxia and SPD but she talks all the time I am still unsure with the dispraxia diagnosis on her
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Shannon Beasley
I recently just got diagnosed and honestly I’ve never heard of it until now, I’m glad I found this video so I can better inform myself about what I got diagnosed with
Comment from : Shannon Beasley

Ivan Torres
Thanks for the break down💞💞
Comment from : Ivan Torres

David D Oquendo
I was diagnosed at 5 years old
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Crochet with Mouse
Did this used to be classified under Cognitive Learning Disability? All of what you are saying so far in the beginning of this video is so very true I was diagnosed back in the 1980's under Cognitive Learning Disability
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GDH Hayes
Why would someone say "great job" if they meant the opposite; that makes no sense brThat said, these videos are most interesting; I had no idea I've anon verbal learning disorder It took until his 11th year in school for anyone to catch on that my very intelligent son struggled much in school because of a learning (processing) disorder Just like me, he too struggled with pretty much all described hereinwho knew
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They also make for wonderful friends!
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Islamic solution
Outstanding vedio series I liked it allot but plz the writing on white board is not seen clearly plz improve that thanks
Comment from : Islamic solution

Rattus rat
do poeple still use NVLD in the medical world? it's not widely talked about where im from, that i know of at least
Comment from : Rattus rat

Um, I hit almost 100 of these things My Handwriting is nice but it took me a lot of overtime practice I am Ocd about learning, mostly because I wanted to keep up in certain areas I would spend hours longer on learning certain things The teachers always had to give me extra time taking tests because comprehending word problems was a rough task I played tennis, I worked on my coordination and distance extra as well
Comment from : SnowyWoman11

Mutegi Kanana
I have never heard of this till Chris Rock said he suffers from it It's quite confusing how he's so well expressed
Comment from : Mutegi Kanana

Great video!!!!👍👍👍☺️☺️☺️💜💚💙💝💛💗
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insert name here
it's awkward when you don't fit all of the symptoms of an already little known learning disability, and especially not the strengths though i don't think you have to and i wish that was clarified in this video i'm not detail oriented, because i have adhd too i don't necessarily have trouble with the big picture i do have trouble with abstract, but only in math!bri do have social problems and low self-esteem i have always had an overwhelming amount of trouble with math it's even gotten me held back i've been told i have a large vocabulary ever since i was a kid a change in routine can indeed be distressing i can hyper-verbalize but other times i can barely talk i am poorly coordinated and still can't tie my shoes well because it's physically difficult i've always loved reading but reading comprehension is difficult and that sucks because people love to make fun of that all of this has made me feel inadequate everyday, leading to anxiety, depression, and perfectionism if only others who didn't have it would understand what it can do to your mental health to have a disability that's rarely acknowledged or accommodated it can obviously hurt peoplebri hope those with this know that they aren't alone in this i can get annoyed at that phrase but just know that you can get through it there are others like you, even though it doesn't seem like it i've never met another nvlder in real life i wish resources on adults with nvld weren't so hard to find, though
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Kitten Meowie
NVLD is often a sort of autism IMO People with pure NVLD are not socially inept so much and are not "creepy" I think that many individuals with pervasive developmental disorder are misdiagnosed as having just nonverbal learning disability
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Rachel Wallace Doak
I was tested for ADHD when I was a senior in high school, but this is the diagnosis I ended up getting, due to my hydrocephalus
Comment from : Rachel Wallace Doak

insert name here
this has gotten worse over the years for me :/ i even have less friends than i did when i was a CHILD i'd say critical and abstract skills aren't bad, sure that's never been the main issue for me, except in math that still gives me lots of trouble as well as social skills and executive dysfunction this sucks, to say the least
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Shiber boyz
I think my child may have this disability, but the only difference is that he is excellent at math Its his strongest area even with word problems?
Comment from : Shiber boyz

I recently went to see the "GGZ" (which is the dutch institution for mental medical care) out of frustration with how I was responding to my education or rather not responding to it brI thought I'd go there to get to the bottom of what was going on with me and what I could do about my situation of problematic learning in college and inability to produce results on my exams out of lack of understanding the assignments brWell I was in for a shitstorm to say the least br brFirst of all I think its important for anyone reading this to know that I've known I have NVLD since I was about 15, currently I am 22 years old brSo after having an hour long conversation with a trained psychologist there about my childhood, relationships and all the other substandard stuff you'll get asked in an intake I was pretty much told (I'm paraphrasing) that even though she genuinely wished she could help me, NVLD was not a listed disorder that would be covered by insurance and that I'll probably had to figure it out on my own even though she was gonna try her hardest to get me the help I wanted/needed since I should be given help when I reach out for it br brThe psychologist was a really nice lady I have to add but I'm just extremely frustrated that even though I know something is off about my behavior, relations and comprehension I still wont be able to get any help which just makes me feel even more alone and adds a feeling of hopelessness br brI just wanted to share my story in case anyone would be able to relate and feel like they're at least not as alone as they think they are, like I'm feeling right now
Comment from : ItsBear

I came here because Asperger's In Girls didn't seem quite right, despite my diagnosis
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JoAndra Van Dowall
You know what a non-verbal disability is? I'm suffering from a rare LD and no one wants to hear about it: non-verbal I'm done!
Comment from : JoAndra Van Dowall

My auditory memory is terrible In fact, it's getting worse as I've gotten older Also I'm great at handwriting - Writing and English were my strong suit in school as a kid So I guess I don't have NLD? A Psychiatrist diagnosed me with it when I was 11 Confusing
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Bradwell Jackson
Thank you for this video, sir
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Amanda Rivera
I’ve never met another person with NVLD and it’s the hardest thing to deal with
Comment from : Amanda Rivera

Roxanne Mua
I have this condition What causes Non Verbal Learning Disability? Also what kind of jobs can people get with this type of disability?
Comment from : Roxanne Mua

Any good resources for adults with this diagnosis?
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From anyone's experience- what kinds of jobs are a good for for people with NLD?
Comment from : Julia

Patrick McNulty
Very good information Thank you
Comment from : Patrick McNulty

Mateusz Niegowski
Send me a message if you want to talk or make friends Greetings! ;)
Comment from : Mateusz Niegowski

Nicole Mwangi
I have suppressed some of the NVLD in my life and mostly counted myself as weird I am glad that I watched this and I really resonate with the view This very well helps me understand myself now and others that I work with Thank you
Comment from : Nicole Mwangi

Nico Rizzo
I was diagnosed with nld as a kid though I haven't been rediagnosed with it as an adult I've always been a little confused about it because I can't find much information on it
Comment from : Nico Rizzo

Nina Zachaira
My brother is non-verbal He has been diagnosed with it since he was born He has to communicate with me and my mom with his body language and also has to use a communication device I suggest anyone who has children that are non-verbal and uses a communication device, you should download the app "LAMP" It is a very helpful app and it really helps children to communicate with their peers at school or at home
Comment from : Nina Zachaira

Does anyone know why this is 'sometimes controversial' ?
Comment from : MJade

Funny Girl
I was diagnosed with NVLD when i was very young, elementary school Just now excepted it This is a very painful struggle for me I'm so glad i found others who might understand
Comment from : Funny Girl

Ann Campbell
Visual directions in space???
Comment from : Ann Campbell

Few will ever understand the degree in which we suffer
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Nicky Higby
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haileynolting _
I have NonVerbal Learning
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Jesse Berry
Is this a form of autism?
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Jesse Berry
I was diagnosed with this how can I fix it? Just practice?
Comment from : Jesse Berry

This is me This is exactly what has been going on with me all my life Thank you!
Comment from : Hieronymus_Botch

My stupid school said i had adhd when i was younger When i was 15(im 16 now) they diagnosed me with nld and that made me feel much better
Comment from : XplodingTurtle

What he is describing is a learning difficulty not a learning disability Learning disability is having a low IQ which affects every aspect of a person's life Very few people with LD can read, and even so it would have to be in "easy read" and/or accompanied by symbols (pictures) Very few can hold down a job and/or manage a home without outside help A person with a true LD would not be able to carry out a complex task, eg drive a car
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Jackie wong
My daughter who is 7 has Language Disorder and now her school thinks she has a learning issue as well Her reading level jumped up to '17' in the grade 2(BC reading guidelines) home reading class program Her math and Spelling/plus other mental based subjects are weak She doesn't know how to ride a bike as well I taught her but she didn't enjoy it when the wheels came off We don't get letter grades till 4th grade at her school I'm concerned about HS and what will happen to her confidence if she fail a course She wouldn't want to go The HS here got rid of Letter grades for Gr8-10 They require students to learn independence and use lockers 😂
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Candace Michelle
I have this but I can form sentences and paragraphs just fine it's just the format of essays I can't understand I can ride bikes, skip, jump, catch, and hop I don't have trouble making friends, and sometimes I have self-esteem issues but usually I'm pretty happy I have anxiety but I can protect myself just fine, and facial expression I'm pretty good with Middle school, I loved it It's really only the math that I'm terrible at and some perception stuff
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Jeff Powell
"here are all the things wrong with an individual who has nvld" lol
Comment from : Jeff Powell

M*chelle M*chelle
Yes this is me I am 28 years old!!!
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sasha Scott
I am 15 and was just diagnosed with a nonverbal processing disorder
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Bear Warner
I had this, but was never diagnosed as a kid The thing is, there's so little help for LDs like these that few people know about Even if you do get a diagnosis, it means little It doesn't mean that the schools, jobs, or even your own family will do anything to try and understand it and adjust things so that you can actually succeed within your natural capabilities They just blink real hard a few times, and move on On one hand, I'm glad to know this about myself, but I'm also feeling like it doesn't mean much when the only people that try to understand are a handful of professionals that can only work within their own narrow parameters If you try to get a job that will modify their training to help you understand, you find that they meet that kind of idea with hostility They see you as just wanting someone to hold your hand In fact, if I had the chance to make up a colloquial name for NVLD, it would be, "the no one wants to hold your hand disorder" People just don't care to see that it's not about hand holding, it's about filling in the missing pieces of communique that I can't find for myself
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Lonely Lucy
I've been diagnosed with NLD when I was a little kid I knew what it was about but I never really knew what it really was So I have been doing some research about the disability and I relate to almost everything especially the social/ emotional part I was bullied when I was 12 because I changed school and I had a very low self-esteem Being bullied made me feel insecure and now I've a lot of anxiety attacks People laughed at me because I sucked at math and I never knew what to do or how to react to it It's really interesting to see all the aspects on a paper and compare it to my situation I changed schools so much that I learned how to interact with people it's still hard but now I've found my way I wish I had more friends but the hardest part is to keep the friends you made There are a lot of good aspects too for example my handwriting sucks so I never write when someone needs to write in a group, I'm very creative and I love to make stories and write them down also I'm good at playing music I'm very happy now that I know where most of my problems come from but it doesn't mean that I don't have anxiety anymore or that I care way to much what people think of me I wish I had more support from my family because as a kid they helped me through a lot but when I became a teenager they thought I was old enough to do it by myself but I couldn't brbrAnyways I just wanted to write that down and it seems like a good place to talk about it :) maybe it helped you xbrbrAlso we nld-ers think wayyyyyy too much
Comment from : Lonely Lucy

Pearl Sings Music
Man ever since I we to public school they put me into smaller classes and kids with learning disabilities All I know is that I have a learning disability but never asked what it was, so I don't know what mine is I'm assuming I'm the Emotional one?
Comment from : Pearl Sings Music

Why do they have fine motor and visual-spatial problems? Can anybody please answer me? Thank you!
Comment from : amse

PockASqueeno Here's an explanation of my disorder well, one of them ha
Comment from : 7Risen7Phoenix7

Shadi Pahlavi
thanx for ur video   it helped me 
Comment from : Shadi Pahlavi

Jacqueline Sephton
As a parent of a child with NVLD, I thought this was a good, thoughtful introduction to the disorder Factual and accurate Thanks!
Comment from : Jacqueline Sephton

Lani Mack
To chamakh: did you know that people with learning disabilities have above average intelligence? We are actually very smart, depending on where our talents lie For example, I'm an amazing speller I could spell executive when I was only 6 Focus on your talents and skills and take comfort in what you can do
Comment from : Lani Mack

Amy Birenbaum
Thank you so much for this I was diagnosed at 15 years old I am now 55 years old It is a struggle everyday, but this is so helpful
Comment from : Amy Birenbaum

I too have NLD was dignosed with it when I was 10yrs old so this helps a lot!!!
Comment from : purplegal597

Lani Mack
I have a nonverbal learning disability, so this explained a lot thanks :)
Comment from : Lani Mack

Payton R
I have NLD and completely agree As I've gotten older my social skills have improved as has my critical and abstract thinking I think it's all about getting the right education and learning how to use your strengths
Comment from : Payton R

I have NLD its a pain in the ass but with a LOT of work a good chunk of these things can be "fixed" facial recognition I taught myself to pick up social cues things like hand eye coordination In young kids it can be hell the social cues are just like being color blind I feel for kids who have to live with this
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Marvin Mendez
This is quite dumb, I dont show all the Signs of NVLD but i do show a few of them The most obvious one is my poor handwriting slight social awkwardness and emotional problems like anxiety This scares me i have been searching online for successful adults or people with NVLD and all i find i sob stories All i find on the web is people in their 50s who failed their whole life because of NVLD I dont want to be that person
Comment from : Marvin Mendez

Tiffani Willis
Good reading comprehension? I thought reading comprehension was poor with NVLD
Comment from : Tiffani Willis

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