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What does ADD have to do with reading disabilities? New research shows that they can occur together. Learn about LDOnline, a website dedicated to providing practical, well written and relevant information about both ADD/ADHD and Learning Disabilities. Find resources that are tailored to your needs!
We all know that this time of year can be stressful for a lot of reasons. Holidays cause stress, but that's not the only thing. For parents with children in school and for adults in school, the end of the first semester of classes can just make you want to tear your hair. There is so much to complete! If you have had a good year, this website, LDOnline can help to make the next semester even better. Has this semester included moments of total disaster? LDOnline can give you ideas about how to change the dynamics of situations, so that they will have more successful conclusions.
Look for the short videos by Rick Lavoie on LDOnline. They are an excellent resource. I have also included links at the end of the article for two of his full length videos. These are powerful, indeed!
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There are a couple of questions that I really need some feedback on. If you have time, you can add to the discussion in the forum or e-mail me directly through the bio page.
*When in the workplace is it acceptable to disclose that you have ADD?
*If you are a high-functioning member of your profession, do you think disclosing your ADD could have benefits for other people who might be struggling?
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