Dyscalculia, often referred to as a „math learning disability,“ is a condition that affects an individual’s ability to understand and work with numbers and mathematical concepts. It can lead to difficulties in basic arithmetic, number sense, and mathematical problem-solving. Recognizing dyscalculia is crucial, as it enables early intervention and tailored support for those affected. By raising awareness about dyscalculia and promoting inclusive educational strategies, the Dyscalculia initiative can help individuals overcome its challenges and develop mathematical skills, fostering confidence and success in both academic and everyday life.