C. Signs and symptoms of Specific Learning Disabilities

Children with Specific learning disabilities may exhibit:
- Poor academic performance
- Slow writing
- Multiple spelling mistakes
- Difficulty reading
- Difficulty writing
- Difficulty with calculation
- Difficulty following rules
- Appear like they don't understand instructions
- Often ask for repetitions
- Are remarked as “clumsy”

ADHD, Language delays, Developmental coordination disorders, Auditory processing disorder, Dyspraxia, Poor executive functioning, Oppositional defiant disorder, conduct disorders, and Depressive disorders are the most common conditions associated with specific learning disabilities.