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Tips for Kids with Nonverbal Learning Disabilities
Social skills are affected by Nonverbal Learning Disabilities. When most people think of “nonverbal” they think of lack of communication. Children with nonverbal disabilities can be totally opposite.

Helping Kids Reach Their Goals
Goal setting can be a challenge in itself for children with learning disabilities. The ability to plan ahead along with distractions can become discouraging. There are ways to help children, as well as adults with learning disabilities set achievable goals.

Achieving Math Success
A negative attitude towards math can affect performance. Many students with learning disabilities have experienced math failures. As a result, insecurities about math develop. The level of effort given toward math depends on feelings developed about experiences.

Finding Answers to Tough Questions
Adulthood can mean lots of challenges, including making responsible decisions. Things like transportation, car insurance, job hunting, and bill paying can add lots of stress. The stress level can decrease dramatically if independent living is well planned.

The Meaning of Learning Disability
Learning disabilities are often confused with other disorders, such as intellectual disorder, behavioral disorders, or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Specific Learning Disabilities are very different.

Learning Effects of the Diet
An unhealthy diet can have a drastic effect on a child’s ability to learn. A diet consisting of high amounts of sugars and carbohydrates and not enough fruits and vegetables can actually starve the brain.

True Meaning of Success
Children with disabilities can succeed in life. The true meaning of success varies from one person to the next. The first step to success is to understanding yourself.

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.

Suicidal Thoughts
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.

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