special education

The Different Types of Reading Disabilities and How to Help Your Child

The Different Types of Reading Disabilities and How to Help Your Child

Do you suspect that your child has a reading problem? Keep reading to learn about the different types of reading disabilities and what you can do to help your child. Helping your child read is a large part of helping them achieve success in their lifetime. Without strong reading skills, it can be difficult for them to advance in their education. There are different types of reading disabilities that can cause difficulties for your child to learn to read and to understand what they are reading. What Are The Different Types of Reading Disabilities? A reading disability is when someone…
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5 Learning Disability Symptoms You Should Watch Out for in Your Child

5 Learning Disability Symptoms You Should Watch Out for in Your Child

Concerned your child is falling behind? These 5 learning disability symptoms may help you figure out what is going on in your child's education. It's easy to think that your child is lazy or doesn't want to learn. If your child doesn't seem to be interested in school, it isn't necessarily because they are lazy or don't want to learn. Look for learning disability symptoms, and see if they are experiencing a hard time and need specialized help. If you don't know what signs to look for, we are here to help. 5 Learning Disability Symptoms You Should Watch Out for in…
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Motivating your autistic child to write

Motivating your autistic child to write

a child girl doing homework writing and reading at home Writing can be a rather challenging activity, especially for children on the autism spectrum. In their neurodiversity, some may find it less complicated to write or speak than others. Some autistic children may even experience particular difficulty with keeping their focus and concentration on specific tasks and activities. But knowing your child’s unique abilities is the best way you can help them develop their writing skills. If you understand their strengths and needs, it will also be a lot easier for you to properly support them. Bringing up an autistic…
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