Symptoms of learning disabilities?

Many learners have difficulty with reading, writing, or other learning-related tasks at some point, but this does not mean they have learning disabilities. A child with a learning disability often has several related symptoms, and they persist over time. Symptoms of learning disabilities vary from person to person.
Some common symptoms of learning disabilities include the following:

    Difficulty with reading and/or writing
    Problems with math skills
    Difficulty remembering
    Problems paying attention
    Trouble following directions
    Poor coordination
    Difficulty with concepts related to time
    Problems staying organized

A child with a learning disability also may have one or more of the following symptoms:

    Impetuous behavior
    Inappropriate responses in school or social situations
    Difficulty staying on task (easily distracted)
    Difficulty finding the right way to say something
    Inconsistent school performance
    Immature way of speaking
    Difficulty listening well
    Problems dealing with new things in life
    Problems understanding words or concepts