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By Lisa Kay , Robbie Fanning, M.A.
Along the journey, you will receive tips and advice on a wide variety of approaches to learning problems. While many programs and treatments are helpful and effective, beware of treatments that are unproven and controversial. Learn how to spot questionable practices by reading the articles listed below:
Once your child's struggle to learn has been accurately identified, you may need to find tutors, advocates, lawyers, counselors, or other local resources. You may find A Guide to Finding Local Resources When Your Child has LD or AD/HD helpful in locating resources for your child. Note: For ideas on how to keep track of your search information, see Tips on Organizing a Research Notebook.
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