Types of Dyscalculia
Dyscalculia can be of many different types as explained below:
Sequential: The disorder makes it difficult for the disabled to count numbers in a sequence. Additionally, he or she also may have a problem with time calculation, schedule check, direction tracking, and measurement taking.
Developmental: Children facing this find it difficult to count and recognize mathematical signs.
Operational: This problem is associated with remembering or memorizing mathematics rules.
Verbal: This disorder makes it difficult for the child to carry out normal mathematical calculations, as the child does not understand signs and symbols.
Acalculia: This stage usually occurs during the later stages of life. This type of dyscalculia is generally acquired through a brain injury or stroke. The disorder makes it difficult for sufferers to carry out simple mathematic functions like addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.