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EVALUATING LEARNING DISABILITIES IN CHILDREN

EVALUATING LEARNING DISABILITIES IN CHILDREN

More than 10% of children in the U.S. have some type of disability. If you feel your child may have a learning disability, trust your instincts and follow these tips.

By Allison Hertog

I’m a mother and a special-education advocate, and I have dyslexia. Many parents have confided in me that they had a “hunch” that something was not right with their child. More often than not, a parent’s hunch turns out to be correct. Maybe your child doesn’t have a serious learning disability, but a parent knows when their child is different. Parents can’t help but compare their child with a sibling, or kids in a playgroup or after-school activity.

If I had grown-up in today’s world, I would have been diagnosed and helped as a child. I would not have had to wait until my 20s to find out I have dyslexia. That would have saved me a lot of struggles in school, as well as hits to my self-esteem.

If you feel your child may have a learning disability, trust your instincts and follow these tips.

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