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There are lots of ways the brain processes visual information. Weaknesses in a particular kind of visual processing can often be seen in specific difficulties
The article discusses how visual-perceptual weaknesses can affect motor and language functions which in turn causes academic delays in children.
Provides a list of six stages for children's early vocal development including the reflexive, cooing, babbling, and single word production stage.
Summarizes how all students, even those with dyslexia, can acquire the skills and motivation to become effective or successful lifelong readers.
Provides a list of common attributes between an Individualized Family Service Plan and an Individualized Education Plan for young children with special needs.
Provides a description of six assessments commonly used in the preschool years to evaluate young children's language development.
LD is characterized by an uneven development of academic skills.  Read about other characteristics of many students with learning disabilities.
A summary of the process of identifying school-age children with special needs and an an introduction to early intervention services.
Childhood Disintegrative Disorder, CDD, impairs language, social and motor skills. If you believe your child has CDD learn more about what organizations
Gifted students with disabling conditions remain a major group of underserved and understimulated youth. The focus on accommodations for their disabilities may
Several factors could modify the rate of normal language production in children.  These factors include gender differences, socioeconomic levels, cultural
Provides a table outlining the use of pronouns in the language development of children aged 12 months to 4 years.
Describes ways in which teachers can make social studies curriculum more accessible for students with learning disabilities.
Provides a table outlining the locational prepositions understood by children aged 24 months to five years.
Describes communication and learning disorders. Communication disorders is when children have difficulty producing speech sounds and learning disorders involve
Outlines the acquisition of sentence forms, including declarative and conjoining, within Brown's stages of development for children age 12 months to 4 years.
An introduction to articulation disorders and techniques for the classroom teacher to enhance language development among such children.
Compares and contrasts various learning methods used by diverse learners and average achievers.
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