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Children with Disabilities

What is Inclusive Education?

Inclusive education

If a child has difficulty in school, one way a school adjusts is to incorporate inclusive learning. Get the facts about inclusive education here.

Tune Into Tantrums

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When your little angel has an outburst, it's best to respond positively to your child's needs. Here are nine ways to reduce challenging behavior.

Uncovering Dyslexia

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Read to learn the facts about dyslexia, how it is diagnosed, and how it can be treated. For more information browse through the resources.

All About Autism


Autism is a disability that affects the way children behave, learn and interact in everyday situations. Learn all about it here.

A Mother's Story

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Listen to one mother's story about her son's struggles with learning, and browse information, tips and resources.

Ten Tips for Students

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Check out these tips and help students help themselves with their organizational skills, work habits, and overall production with schoolwork.

Family Rights

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Learn what the law says about learning disabilities and education. Find out if your family is receiving the right education and services.

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A Learning Disabilities Resource

LD Online

LD Online, a service of WETA, has all of the information you need to assist a child with learning disabilities. Go to LD Online.

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