Dyscalculia (difficulties of arithmetic) is not the end of the world
About six percent of people have an innate difficulty in measuring numbers and understanding their relationships. If they do not go into the essence of the problem, they are often called sloths because they have failed to learn sufficiently about math, or, in the worst case, the mentally ill.
If the problems of accounting (dyscalculia) are not diagnosed in timely manner, the child remains with a low self-assessment, he accepts such opinion of others and it affects his entire life.
In fact, different methods have already been distributed to diagnose the difficulty of counting (dyscalculia) and how to train people who find it difficult to understand numbers.