Nonverbal Learning Disability (NLD or NVLD) is a condition that is characterized by impaired motor coordination and visual function, leading to difficulty in understanding math and spatial concepts. More simply put, children with NLD have trouble understanding nonverbal cues. For example, if your child has problems in interpreting math symbols, or finds it difficult to socialize because of his inability to understand facial expressions and body language, he may have NLD. Perhaps you have even already confirmed the diagnosis by consulting with an NLD specialist, which is an important step in working to overcome and treat the disorder. Early identification and therapy will also prevent the occurrence of further complications. This book was written specifically for a parent of a child with NLD to help you better understand the condition, including the causes, symptoms, and diagnosis; and also to provide you with management strategies to implement and treatment options to explore so as to help your child cope and thrive.