QuestionsCategory: Childhood and Growing UpLearning disability and specific learning disability are two different concepts. Justify this statement.
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Learning disability is an umbrella term which refers to the incomplete development of skills such as language, academic, and speech. Specific learning disability refers to some neurodevelopmental disorders which may affect three main domains of learning  – writing, reading, and mathematics. Specific learning disability is associated with a particular diagnosis while learning disability is not associated with a particular diagnosis. Learning disability impacts the intellectual ability of an individual whereas specific learning disability does not affect the intellectual ability of an individual.   Read Full Lesson: Difference Between Learning Disabilities and Specific Learning Disabilities Read Full Lesson: All Types of Learning Disabilities with Examples