Blog and Community

Dyscalculia Blog was founded to raise awareness of dyscalculia and other math learning difficulties. The blog offers information and resources to empower dyscalculics, parents, teachers, students, therapists, and anyone struggling with numbers.

Dyscalculia Blog aims to bring together those affected by and interested in math learning difficulties across the globe.
Dyscalculia Blog aims to bring together people across the globe who are affected by or interested in math learning difficulties.

We are looking to bring together scientific research and personal experience in the blog’s articles to both inspire and inform our readers. Feedback and questions are most welcome. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have something on your mind!

Dyscalculia Support Group is the other focus of Dyscalculia Blog: we want readers to be able to talk to each other, help each other out, and benefit from each other’s knowledge. The Dyscalculia Support Group allows members to exchange viewpoints and share resources. The blog posts include moderated comment sections to further discussion on the topics of the day. Please join us in sharing your own experiences with dyscalculia or other math learning difficulties.

Dyscalculia Blog is owned by Calcularis, learning software for dyscalculia and math difficulties.

7 thoughts on “Blog and Community

  • January 19, 2018 at 10:32 pm

    I have known of my ADHD issues the last 20 yrs but just learned about Dyscalculia!
    I am jumping up and down for joy…that my whole life NOW makes sense! Yet have many questions and looking for others who are struggling with making life work with our limitations.

    • January 21, 2018 at 6:55 pm

      Hi Leslie,

      Thanks for the comment! I’m glad discovering dyscalculia has helped you, if you would like to talk to others with dyscalculia try our Dyscalculia Support Group on Facebook.

      Looking forward to hearing from you soon.


    • March 19, 2019 at 7:53 pm

      I’ve struggled with this issue for many , many years. I had no idea there was a name for it. It’s really embarrassing but somehow I feel better knowing I’m not the only one with this issue.

  • March 23, 2018 at 5:07 pm

    My 14 yeas daughter has dyscalculia. It is very long and hard road for her and me. We do not have a lot support at school. Next month I have meeting with the school with her math teacher and learning support. I am looking for any advise how I can help her and how I should convince the teachers to give her the right support. For any advise I will be thankful.

    • March 28, 2018 at 4:11 pm

      Hi Jowita,
      Thank you for your comment.
      Has your daughter received a full diagnosis report from a specialist or pediatrician? Having this report can really help your case in gaining support for your child from the school, it can also help you and the maths teacher understand exactly what support she needs. This article, Dyscalculia: After The Diagnosis, should contain the information your after.
      I hope this helped 🙂

  • October 31, 2018 at 7:45 pm

    Thank you for the great resources on this blog! I wish this LD was more commonly known when I was growing up. I’m glad if teachers and parents can learn about it now, to save lots of kids years of heartache and stress.

    • November 5, 2018 at 9:08 pm

      Hi Gaylene,
      Thank you for the comment! We try our best and provide what we can with our blog 🙂
      We’re hoping that we can spread the awareness as much as possible and one-day dyscalculia will be as widely acknowledged as dyslexia.


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