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Learning Difficulties in Adults

By July 10, 2019No Comments

Learning difficulties in adults can be ongoing from childhood, or can result from a brain injury or trauma. Learning difficulties in adults is characterised by difficulty reading, writing or performing simple maths sums. Often spelling is affected, leading to problems maintaining employment.

Learning difficulties are diagnosed through an assortment of psychological tests. These tests must be administered by a qualified professional such as Margaret McDonald. The tests are then followed up with recommendations for therapies to help rectify some of the issues, and ongoing counselling to learn strategies to cope with day to day life. Margaret McDonald can help you learn skills and develop an effective support plan to enable you to lead a fulfilling life.

With over 30 years of experience, including a Masters degree in Education, Margaret McDonald can diagnose learning difficulties and develop the skills to compensate. To book an appointment or make enquiries phone 07 3862 8833 or email