Learning disability or dyslexia? No problem
Your way to a driver's license with a learning disability
You suffer from a reading and writing disability or have trouble remembering things? Don't you worry! For the acquisition of a driving licence, such learning disabilities represent some deficits, but do not rule them out. You will find the necessary information for a successful driver's license training despite learning disabilities in this article.
If you suffer from a learning disability, this is usually not an obstacle to your driver's license training. In order to make up for this deficit as effectively as possible, we recommend that you look for a driving school that focuses on people with such learning disabilities. These driving schools use special methods to facilitate your learning during the training.
Driving licence with learning disabilities
Driving licence training also includes a theoretical and a practical part, as for a student without learning disabilities, and can be acquired in all vehicle categories. The big difference for learning weak driving licence candidates lies in the theoretical training. Driving schools that specialise in people with learning disabilities use special learning methods with the aim of conveying the material as clearly and comprehensibly as possible and facilitating the learning process. For this purpose videos, pictures, donkey bridges, role-plays, memorabilia or rhymes are often used. Special computer-aided programs are also used to consolidate the theory.
Simply ask in different driving schools which concrete methods are used with regard to learning disabilities. Choose the driving school that suits you best.
Driving licence for dyslexia
If you experience problems with reading and writing in general, you probably suffer from dyslexia. Commonly known as "reading and spelling difficulties", dyslexia, depending on how severe it is, can negatively affect your theory education. People with this type of learning disability are more likely to pass the theoretical examination or do not want to take any because they are too afraid to take the exam. In order to counteract these problems, specialised driving schools offer so-called intensive courses in this field in order to ensure successful theoretical training.
In these courses, audio and video programs are used in addition to the lessons to reduce comprehension difficulties for the learner driver. In addition, the student drivers are supported by specially trained driving instructors / supervisors.
Don't worry about passing the theory exam. Through the learning programs specially designed for dyslexics and trained driving instructors, you will be optimally prepared for the exams despite deficits.
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