Neurological impairments are a group of disorders that primarily relate to the central nervous system comprised of the brain and spinal cord. Among the more common diagnostic categories and conditions are cerebral palsy, epilepsy, brain injury, multiple sclerosis, Tourette’s Syndrome.

A neurological impairment or disability may affect an individual’s speech, motor skills, vision, memory, muscle actions and learning abilities.

Neurological impairments are categorized into three major types: Childhood Aphasia which primarily affects speech and language abilities’; Minimal Brain Dysfunction that affects learning and behavioral abilities; and Learning Disability which primarily affects understanding or the ability to process language. is committed to providing our visitors and subscribers with access to accurate and timely information on a broad range of topics relative to neurological impairments. If you have any special requests or would like to see a specific topic covered in this informational section, please e-mail us at

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