Non-specific learning difficulties overview
When children have learning difficulties that are more generalised and don’t relate to a specific neural problem or immaturity, they can be described as having moderate, severe or profound and multiple learning difficulties, depending on their degree of difficulty.
Many children with non-specific or global learning difficulties have other associated special needs.
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