When OCD is Misdiagnosed as Learning Issues

OCD doesn’t just stay in our home, it likes to wreak havoc in all areas of life, including at school. 

Learn how OCD can quietly sabotage our child’s learning and how to identify if that’s an issue.

OCD intrusive thoughts and compulsions can make a child look like they:

Struggle to read

Struggle to write

Struggle to do math equations 

Struggle to complete assignments

Struggle with comprehension

Struggle with focus

Struggle with expression

Struggle with problem-solving

Sometimes these struggles look like learning difficulties, and often it is just that. But sometimes it’s OCD hiding in disguise.

In this episode of the AT Parenting Survival Podcast, I discuss how OCD can quietly sabotage our child’s learning and how to identify if that’s an issue.

 

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