Difficulty of learning is referred to a section that comprises of areas in which a person or child has problems and complexities of learning in a typical manner due to unknown reasons. Learning disability, learning disorder and learning difficulty are frequently used interchangeably, they differ in many ways. Difficulty of learning refers to problems related to learning and understanding in academic areas. These problems and the particular disorder cannot be diagnosed officially. The psychologist, psychiatrist or the pediatrician can determine the disability of learning by conducting diagnosis and examining the child closely when he is at work or play. The doctors have special guidelines and rules that have a checklist which help them to detect the disorder. Children have to reach certain milestones at specific stages in their childhood and when they are unable to do so the doctor will assess them to identify the cause and confirm the disorder. When the doctors uses the term ‘Learning disability' they refer to it as a group of disorders that are characterized by insufficient development or progress in academics, language and speech skills. The various types of learning disorders consist of reading (dyslexia), mathematics (dyscalculia) and writing (dysgraphia). The specific causes for learning disabilities are not known or identified and they differ with each individual. However, some of the causes may be related to heredity, problems during pregnancy and birth, accidents after birth, etc.