Nonverbal Learning Disorder is a disorder that is characterized by a significant difference between a person's exemplary verbal skills and poor motor and social skills. These individuals oftentimes have trouble with nonverbal cues.

Symptoms include inability to recognize facial expression or body language, poor motor coordination, issues using fine motor skills, difficulty coping with change of routines, has difficulty following instructions, makes literal translations, asking too many questions, and has extremely strong verbal skills.