Journals Of Learning Disabilities


The Journal of Learning Disabilities is one of the most comprehensive and reliable journals on the subject. It has been guiding people in various spheres related to learning disabilities, for a number of years.

The journal covers research and work done upon learning disabilities as well as comments and reviews. It is an international magazine and its Board of Editors comprises eminent personalities in the fields of medicine, psychology, neurology, law, education and counseling.

It covers diverse subjects such as science and mathematics with precision and contains articles, features and reports that are useful for students with learning disabilities.

Another journal by the name 'The British Journal of Learning Disabilities' is the official journal of the British Institute of Learning Disabilities. It has regular special issues along with discussions and information on new developments in the field. A number of original papers are published in this magazine.

The journal updates readers on various issues and helps them to keeps abreast of new technologies in practice in the field of learning disabilities and other practical aspects of education and research in this area. It also covers various treatments of various symptoms and disabilities. A letters section helps it get regular feedback from its readers.

Besides education and training for people with learning disabilities, the journal provides an insight into techniques of rehabilitating people to provide them a better and more meaningful life. It also sheds light on how leisure time can be used for several recreational activities for people with learning disabilities.

The journal also sheds light on the presently available residential and day care services as also on employment and occupation related aspects.

The Amazon Journal of Learning Disabilities is a quarterly magazine. It can be mailed on order. Presently it is shipped only within the US. It contains original papers including case studies and reports related to people with learning disabilities.