Does your child find it hard to communicate? … Could it be NVLD?
Non-Verbal Learning Disorder (NLD or NVLD) is a learning disability characterized by poor visual, spatial, and organizational skills. As well as incredible difficulty processing nonverbal cues. The name “Non-Verbal Learning Disorder” suggests that those affected have trouble speaking. However, this is not the case with NVLDers usually having above-average intelligence and firm mastery of complex vocabulary and language.
But the vast majority of human communication is non-verbal — body language, facial expressions, and tone of voice. Those with NVLD have trouble interpreting this non-verbal language and must rely on words alone to understand what others mean, which can lead to difficulties.
Linda Karanzalis shares her own experience as a child, teen, and adult battling undiagnosed NVLD. This book is a frank account of her struggles with academics, jobs, and relationships that sheds light on and will ring true for everyone affected by NVLD. This inspirational book will guide you on recognizing and coping with NVLD and how it differs from its common misdiagnosed disability; Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and or Autism Level One (formerly Aspergers).
Linda not only empowers others to achieve their goals but also serves as a role model offering understanding, hope, and inspiration to NVLDers of all ages.
Grab Misnamed, Misdiagnosed, Misunderstood today and equip yourself with this new knowledge and apply your understanding to your life to achieve the potential you were always meant to.
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