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Special Needs

Understanding Inclusive Education

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Experts agree that kids with and without disabilities benefit when they share the same classrooms. But that's just the beginning. See how inclusive education works.

When Your Child Struggles

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Before helping a child with learning disabilities, it's important to fully understand his problems. Where do you start? Discover how to recognize your child's needs.

Reducing Challenging Behavior

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Every child will behave poorly at some point. But, if it's becoming a problem, you'll need these strategies. Learn how to manage difficult behavior.

Respecting Differences

Inclusive Communities

In a richly diverse world, raising children who respect other people's differences is critical. Teach your child to be tolerant.

From the Experts

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When seeking help for a child with learning disabilities, parents often encounter different opinions about what strategies to use. See what some experts have to say.

Creating Good Practices

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All children can benefit from good organizational skills. Practices such as goal-setting and self-evaluations are key. Find more tips to help your child get organized.

Managing Feelings of Frustration

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Children with learning disabilities can easily become frustrated. So, encouraging them to keep trying is essential. Keep your child from feeling defeated.

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A Learning Disabilities Resource

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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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