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What Has Helped Me and Other Students with Visual Processing Disorder

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When I was a young kid, there was very little research on nonverbal learning disorder, so I was diagnosed with a visual processing disorder.

Like with a nonverbal learning disorder, people with visual processing disorder often have a poor sense of direction, messy handwriting, weak reading comprehension, significant spatial skill deficits, difficulty reading visual maps and outlines, and accurate copying details.

These symptoms can make it especially difficult for teachers to see beyond students’ visual processing disorder because so much learning takes place visually, especially as you reach higher grades.

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