We invite you to share your life story about how dyscalculia has affected your schooling, personal life, finances, career choices, work, family, interests, and hobbies.

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Essays will be reviewed promptly, minor edits made, and sent back to you for review and approval before publishing on your own Dyscalculia Stories page.

Teachers, students, doctors, counselors, psychologists, parents, and scientists will learn a lot from your story! Sharing your experiences furthers understanding of math learning disabilities and the great impact MLD has on learning and living.

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Using resources and asking for help - by Madi Turpin in The Echo (Oct. 12, 2018)

Aidan Milner has severe dyslexia and dyscalculia but is an engineering geologist (Oct. 2018)

Dyscalculia Can't Stop Ingrid from Leading Role at Telemundo in Miami, Florida (by Rachel Smith Jan. 17, 2017)

Dyscalculia: When maths becomes anxiety by Hanna Tomes

What the heck is dyscalculia? - by Joseph Legueri in Gilbert, Minnesota (, Oct. 14, 2016)

The Road to Higher Education with an 'Invisible Disability' by LAURA CASTAÑEDA (Atlantic, Sept. 22, 2016)