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Is there a difference between having a learning disability and being learning impaired?

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    1 month ago
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    The phrase "learning impaired" is the old name for someone who has trouble learning  basic academic subjects like reading and math. The term "learning disability" refers to a specific condition that interferes with learning, such as ADD or ADHD, for example. So they do have slightly different definitions.

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