Learning Disabilities Educational and Parenting Articles

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Learn and understand the types of learning disabilities, common signs and symptoms, possible causes, and diagnosis of learning problems and disorders.
Discusses specific areas of speech and language development including receptive language skills, expressive language skills, articulation skills, and
A list of conceptual deficits often noted in students with a learning disability.
Students who have language problems have trouble with either or both of two key parts of language: receptive language and expressive language.  This article
Examines the advantages and disadvantages of labeling a student who has been  identified as requiring special education services.
Find a list of psychological, educational, and social characteristics that are common to students with mild intellectual disability, emotional disturbances,
Summarizes how universal design for learning (UDL) is a way to help all students access the curriculum in nonstandard ways and how it varies from typical
Compares and contrasts the differences between students with reading disabilities and those who struggle with ADHD in reading.
This article discusses the different reactions parents have upon knowing that their child has a disability.  Some parents might feel grief, others might feel
The article discusses the parents' rights regarding requesting special services for their child.  It also talks about the components of assessment and the
Disability places a set of extra demands and/or challenges on the family.
Strategies for helping children with LD build confidence and self-esteem.
Outlines specific cognitive/behavioral characteristics of dyslexic students, including attention deficits, and the associated strategic environmental
Read about adaptations and interventions that can be made to help the disabled child experience a broad range of play activities.
Provides a table summarizing characteristics of fluent and non fluent readers, which include many dyslexic students.  Describes causes and interventions.
Provides an outline for students to follow to self-monitor during reading.  Includes a self-questioning procedure and accompanying inner dialogue example.
Examines how through play, children can enhance language skills and are provided opportunities to facilitate literacy development.
Provides a description of several 'thinking' or 'compensatory strategies' that aid all readers to improve their engagement with text.
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