NVLDNon-Verbal Learning Disability (child development)
NVLDNon Verbal Learning Disorder
NVLDNon-Viral Liver Diseases (organic chemistry)
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Much of the knowledge concerning the diagnosis and development of children with NVLD derives solely from clinical impressions (Fine, 2013).
However, existing literature about parents of children with NVLD focuses mainly on the parents' emotional stress (Antshel & Guy-Ronald, 2006; Little, 2002) and their concerns with and pleasure in raising a child with these difficulties (Little & Clark, 2006).
Thus, the purpose of this qualitative study was to explore, retrospectively, the developmental milestones and warning signs of children with NVLD via their mothers' perspectives related to their children's daily functioning characteristics during their first 3 years.
Because of the complexity of locating children with NVLD, we invested effort in finding this hard-to-reach sample of mothers who can restore the memory of their children's developmental events.
NVLD children, on the other hand, maybe less sensitive to concreteness effects and should show reduced responses to concrete words, since their weakest functions are those related to RH activity.
The sample included 12 children with SLI, 13 children with NVLD, and 15 typically developing (control) children.
The children with NVLD were one-to-one matched with those with SLI, on the basis of gender, chronological age (+/- 6 months), and full scale IQ.
The typically developing children (control group), without any documented deficits in linguistic and nonverbal abilities, were recruited in local schools and matched one-to-one with each pair of participants (SLI and NVLD) in the clinical population groups, on the basis of gender and chronological age (+/- 6 months).
To better serve a particular set of customers, this article focuses on NVLD and Aspie teens.
Both NVLD and Aspie teens have similar learning challenges.
NVLD and Aspie teens have an "invisible disorder." Since their challenges are not detectable at first sight, a proactive library approach is required.
Color outside the library lines--serve the NVLD and Aspie teen community.