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My Disability - November 11th 2009, 06:07 AM

After years and years of wondering what my disability is, someone finally gives me the answer I want. People kept telling me a had a learning disability and everytime I would ask them what it was, they would just say it's your hearing impairment and your speech impediment. I'm like "Nooo, that's not a learning disability" and they just shrugged it off. Now, here I am at a private college for people with learning disabilities. I am doing a research paper on my learning disability. At first, I was like, "Umm, how can I do it when I have no clue?" Then, my teacher finally gives me my answer and I'm like "FINALLY!!" I swear, it's a relief.

My learning disability is: Cognitive Disorder - NOS
It affects my processing speed, my visual perception, and my cognition.

I did research and here is a link that I think perfectly sums it up:

http://www.webaim.org/articles/cognitive/

I was wondering (and hoping) if anyone here has it and/or know anyone else that has it. If so, what are your experiences with this disability?
   
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Re: My Disability - November 14th 2009, 07:37 PM

i dont have clue what your disbalty is but i am glad you figured it out


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Re: My Disability - November 15th 2009, 04:05 PM

Does anyone know or am I just a mystery...?
   
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Re: My Disability - November 16th 2009, 08:09 AM

I am sure your not the only one with the disorder, there are many people who have all kinds of disorders that they think the same thing. Don't worry just try your best sweety and even with the disorder you will be fine.
   
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