Beyond dyslexics, dyspraxics, dysphasics, language and learning disorders also concern children and adults who present similar disorders and whose causes are to be sought in several directions.
This is the case of certain children with learning disabilities after neurosurgical intervention following a brain injury.
Each year in France, around 700 children are operated on for a brain tumor. The immense progress made, both in neurosurgical techniques and in complementary treatments (radiotherapy and chemotherapy) allows many children to heal. But difficulties affecting in particular memory, attention, the pace of work, visual identification, appear at a distance, hinder the pursuit of learning and call into question the school project of the child and / or adolescent.
These insidiously installed disorders are still insufficiently recognized, identified and managed.
Fear and the risk of recidivism make it even more difficult to support these families and children who, before the illness, had generally had no particular difficulty.
For these children, as for all dys, multidisciplinary, coherent and inventive care can allow the success of a project giving meaning to healing.