I have been dianosed as having a learning disability by a neuralogist. The definition my doctor gave to me of a learning disability is this: There are 27 different styles of learning and an equal number of teaching styles. The public school system in America uses only the 2 most common methods to teach so a learning disabled person is one who learns in one of the 25 other styles.
That is what I was told anyway.
I was fortunate to find in my Dojo a teaching style that is very compatible with my learning style. I would advise anyone who is not satisfied with the method of instruction in their Dojo to try another school for a week or two and see if there is any change. At the least you will get to meet other Aikidoka who working hard training in this wonderful art.
That is my 2 cents.