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An expert who runs camps for kids with dyslexia responds to parents' questions.
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A teacher of students with learning disabilities (LD) describes how she encourages good behavior, provides information about LD, builds skills, and values uniqueness in her students.
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A culturally diverse graduate student with LD and AD/HD shares her insights and advice with parents and younger kids.
How to teach your child who struggles with learning or attention problems about the facts of life.
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