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Old 11-19-2018, 03:38 PM   #1
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I read through the paperwork I got when I got diagnosed with my learning difficulty and the other issues I have, but they don't actually say what my learning difficulty is apart from "learning difficulty"

I think they mentioned severe but without looking back through I can't remember, is severe learning difficulty even a thing or did they make it up just to get rid of me?

I do remember I really struggled with the test they gave me and I got a bit frustrated
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I hope this list helps What are Specific Learning Difficulties? | British Dyslexia Association
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What they said isn't in that list, they just said "severe learning difficulty" they weren't specific
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Can you ask your Pdoc or doctor what does that mean exactly, and maybe ask for more details, whispershadow? I think it's your right to know these things. Let us know how it goes Sending many hugs and encouragement to you?
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Can you ask your Pdoc or doctor what does that mean exactly, and maybe ask for more details, whispershadow? I think it's your right to know these things. Let us know how it goes Sending many hugs and encouragement to you?
I moved house since that diagnosis and I do have the report printed out but I don't understand what it says on the report, it means nothing to me

And if I ask anyone to explain they'll get angry at me
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I'm so sorry to hear that people are getting angry with you. You have the right to ask questions and get answers! Not understanding things isn't shameful. I agree with MickeyCheeky, if you can't ask someone now, you can do it later!
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