Not all of us are quick learners. We all learn in different ways, through different senses.
And when there's a real obstacle, we speak in terms of "learning disability."
Redding occupational therapist and physical therapist Suzanne Cresswell prefers to focus on the presence of the word "ability" in the term. She's spend three decades working with people with learning challenges, or as she prefers, "unique learners."
Suzanne Cresswell visits with some insight into how to find learning pathways that work best for each individual child.