Why some tasks are easy for some, difficult for others
February 27 is National “No-Brainer” Day, created to celebrate “no-brainers:” concepts and tasks that are simple, easy and obvious to most people. But for people with learning struggles, tasks considered “no-brainers” for many others—reading, balancing a checkbook, managing time, staying organized or just paying attention for an extended period of time—can be painfully challenging.
LearningRx knows that tasks considered “no-brainers” for the average person can prove to be much more difficult for someone with one or more weak cognitive skills. For example: