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Learning Disabilities

Supporting Your Child

reading togetherThere are many ways in which a parent can help a struggling child. This section provides a variety of suggestions and strategies in areas ranging from in-home practices and parent-teacher collaboration, to educational assessment, legal advocacy, and practical tips to share with students. Not all of these ideas will be right for every circumstance or child, but some may help you to provide the support your child needs to succeed.

Choose a topic:

  • Helping Your Child with a Learning Disability Succeed
  • Collaborating with Teachers
  • Advocating for Your Child
  • Communicating with Your Child
  • Talking to Your Child about His Disability
  • Creating Good Practices
  • Tips for Students with Learning Disabilities
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