NJDDC Guide On Learning Disability Explains How To Get Tested For A Diagnosis

February 2022: NJDDC releases an online guide on learning disabilities that explains how to get tested for a diagnosis. The article, published on NJDDC’s website, was produced by the company’s experts. The guide was released to aid anyone looking to get themselves or a loved one tested for a disability. The full guide can be found here.

Approximately 8-10% of children under 18 have learning disabilities in the United States. Reading, writing, math problems, and following directions are usually difficult for people with learning disabilities. The first step to managing such a disability is diagnosis. This guide was designed to provide an understanding of learning disabilities with detailed information on how to get tested for a diagnosis.

According to NJDDC, their experts conducted thorough market research to compile the guide. The publication aimed to create awareness of learning disabilities by guiding readers through the various types of learning disabilities. The guide listed multiple types of specialists who can help with a clear diagnosis to give a clear understanding of how anyone can get themselves or a loved one tested.

Since the launch of their site, NJDDC has provided online resources and detailed research, analyses, and guides to inform readers on matters relevant to society and people with a special focus on people with disabilities. The guide was published as part of their regular research on disability, health, and wellness. For more information on disabilities, readers can visit their page: https://www.njddc.org/5-developmental-disabilities/.

“We hope to simplify the process for a disability diagnosis through this guide,” said Victor Traylor, the Founder of NJDDC. He believes that disseminating information about mental and physical disabilities will create awareness in society and eliminate discrimination and stereotypes.

In its effort to help readers be aware of issues, understand different perspectives, and learn new ways to improve life, NJDDC provides information on the stories, disabilities, lives, and issues of the people. It also discusses people-interest topics and relationships with discussions, expert advice, and analysis.

“With our resources, we provide support to individuals with disabilities through education and removing stigmas in society,” said Traylor. Readers can learn more about their resources on society by visiting their page: https://www.njddc.org/society/.

Full details of the resources available can be found by visiting NJDDC’s website.


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Cheri Hermanson