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Support Services Tips/Newsletter

Practical Parenting Tips for Home and School to Help Children with Learning Disabilities.

Tip for the week of  1/1/2018:

When it comes to learning disabilities, look at the big picture.

Recognizing a learning disorder:
By understanding the different types of learning disorders and their signs, you can pinpoint the specific challenges your child faces and find a treatment program that works.

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Tip for the week of 1/8/18:
Focus on strengths, not just weaknesses
Your child is not defined by his or her learning disability. A learning disability represents one area of weakness, but there are many more areas of strengths. Focus on your child’s gifts and talents. Your child’s life—and schedule—shouldn’t revolve around the learning disability. Nurture the activities where he or she excels, and make plenty of time for them.

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