A learning disability is a neurological condition that affects an individual's ability to process, understand, and use information effectively. People with learning disabilities may have difficulty with reading, writing, math, reasoning, or other skills that are essential for learning.
Learning disabilities are typically diagnosed during childhood or adolescence, although they may not be recognized until later in life. Some common learning disabilities include dyslexia, dyscalculia, and dysgraphia, which affect reading, math, and writing skills, respectively. Other learning disabilities may impact attention, memory, language, and social skills.
Support for learning disabilities at the QEHC
At our health complex, our providers offer a range of services for those with learning disabilities. Our providers are experienced and qualified professionals, dedicated to helping those with learning difficulties. Committed to providing comprehensive and compassionate support to those living with a learning disability, their services include assessment, diagnosis, and treatment plans tailored to each individual's needs.
These services are designed to help improve communication, socialization, and independence.
Working together towards a healthier community.
As a not for profit organization, unique in its kind across the nation, we work hard with limited resources in order to offer top of the line care and are proud to offer state of the art radiology services.In an attempt at serving all of our patients equally, we kindly ask you to help us by respectfully letting us know at least 48h in advance if you wish to cancel your appointment.Whether you wish to cancel or reschedule please let us know through the cancellation form below and a member of our team will be in touch as soon as possible.
If not cancelled within 48h, a missed appointment may result in a 50$ charge added to your file.