Learning Disabilities: Alexander Graham Bell And Theodore Roosevelt

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Learning disabilities can come from a biological stance. It’s based on the way a person is “wired”. It affects the brain’s ability to process or store information. More than likely, children with learning disabilities are smarter than everyone else. They just have trouble with things like reading, spelling, or writing. Sadly, it can not be cured, however there are types of medicines that can somewhat improve it and make it easier to live with. Just because you have a learning disability doesn’t mean you can’t go and do greater things in this world. Alexander Graham Bell and Theodore Roosevelt both had a learning disability and look what they have accomplished. Bell was dyslexic, but that didn’t stop him from inventing the telephone. Roosevelt

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