When numbers are a foreign language

Dyscalculia is a specific but not yet extensively researched difficulty in understanding numbers. Having faced difficulties with math for most of their lives, dyscalculic adult learners might have lost motivation in the subject, making it hard to find the right support.

A quote from the excellent article out of the ELM magazine’s theme number about Adult Dyscalculia, numeracy and finance. See the whole article HERE

If you are unsure if you have dyscalculia or if you want to do something about your struggles with numbers, contact us and we will work with you to move forward.

Yes Adults can have Dyscalculia

And yes the good news is they can also be helped.

In fact there are a few options:

You can go for full remediation, it will take a couple of years in many cases but you’ll be able to overcome most of what has been bothering you for years.

You can get support just getting through that next math requirement that is blocking you from where you want to go next. A usually shorter route to get help, only for that specific purpose.

We are all adults, you decide where to take it. Meanwhile you can get a first view of what may be going on by doing the Math and Dyscalculia Screening test available at https://DyscalculiaTesting.com

Do you recognize this?

8323778373 or 832 377 8373 or maybe 83 23 77 83 73 ? All come down to the same but not for all of us, showing you how dyscalculia can create havoc in your adult life. Get a diagnosis, get help.

Adult Dyscalculia

Dyscalculia is still a very unknown learning disability. Many adults experience trouble in their daily life, their jobs or when helping their children with math homework and realize that they may have undiagnosed Dyscalculia.

This website is meant to provide resources to enable you to be diagnosed and get tutoring support if necessary.