Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD) and the family. When the family is in a crisis


This article analyses the correlation between certain problems that are generally dealt with separately: in fact, there is no lack of studies concerning specific learning disabilities and difficulties families encounter when dealing with these situations, nor of studies concerning the family crisis and the inevitable repercussions of these crises on children. What is missing in scientific literature are studies that correlate learning disabilities and family crises (marital conflict, separation, divorce, etc.). Actually, studies that explore the quantitative incidence (in percentage terms) of the \u201cfamily crisis\u201d phenomenon on pupils/students with learning disorders or, academic difficulties, in general, are rare. This article, although brief, is breaking new ground in an attempt to explore the issues on the subject

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