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October is Learning Disabilities and Dyslexia Awareness Month

Like people, learning disabilities come in all shapes and sizes. During the month of October each year, the Learning Disabilities Association of America shines a much-needed spotlight on the variety of learning disabilities facing countless adults and children throughout the United States. Often, people hear the term “learning disability” and dyslexia and ADD/ADHD come to mind. Dyslexia Is one learning disability that affects how a person learns to read and impacts their ability to process language. ADD is a condition that causes a person too have trouble focusing, controlling their behavior and paying attention. ADHD adds an additional symptom: hyperactivity. Other Learning Disorders include: Auditory...

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Students with Behavioral Disabilities Have Rights, Too

If your child has a behavioral issue, you know it. You’ve likely known it for a very long time. When it’s time for school, others are going to learn about it, as well.. And, as anxious as this may make you as a parent, you have to face it head on. Step 1, know that, under special education guidelines, your child has rights. They cannot simply be sent away or punished in the traditional sense. According to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), there are many conditions that cause negative behavioral issues that could become disruptive in a school setting. Under IDEA,...

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