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Students Have Rights
Students with learning disabilities have rights. The parent is the best advocate for children with learning disabilities. Learn the differences between Section 504 and IDEA.
Individuals with learning disabilities are at a higher risk of suicidal thoughts. High dropout rates, unemployment, underemployment, and depression. The end result could ultimately result in suicide. What is a learning disability and why does it make life so hard?
Back to School Shopping
Back to school can be an expensive time for parents. Children with learning disabilites need to fit in with all other children. Find ways to shop economically.
Growing Up With Learning Disabilities
Children are often asked, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" Are children with learning disabilities equipped to answer that question? A "can do" attitude can make all of the difference.
Smoking and Learning Disabilities
Smoking has a direct affect on children with learning disabilities. Learn the risks and ways to prevent.
Stress Management and Learning Disabilities
If we feel agitation in our body or mind we can use strategies to reduce stress. Parents, as well as teenagers experience stress. It is important to manage stress because it can result in mental and physical problems.
Training Issues in the Workplace
Children with learning disabilities can pursue any profession of their choice with the correct support system. Focus on the achievement of each individual student is essential for the success of each student.
Great Summer Activities
Summer is fast approaching. It's time to plan satisfying and invigorating activities for your child with learning disabilities. Take a look at these great ideas.
Student Schooling Options
Selecting the most appropriate learning environment is important when planning an education for students with neurological disorders. Because the brain processes information in different ways, the regular curriculum may not be appropriate for your child.
Dividing Time Between your Kids
Dividing time between your kids with and without learning disabilities can be a juggling act.
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