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learning-disabled child

Suzanne H. Stevens

learning-disabled child

ways that parents can help

by Suzanne H. Stevens

  • 126 Want to read
  • 35 Currently reading

Published by J. F. Blair in Winston-Salem, N.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Problem children.,
  • Learning disabled children.,
  • Child rearing.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSuzanne H. Stevens.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ773 .S66
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 196 p. ;
    Number of Pages196
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4422475M
    ISBN 100895870134, 0895870142
    LC Control Number79026941

    The Learning Disabled Child: Ways That Parents Can Help by Suzanne H. Stevens A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions.   My name’s Megan. I’m a teenager, a book blogger, a book addict, an aspiring author and a now-too-old member of this site (sad face). Oh, and I .

    Learning disabilities affect how a child understands, processes, and responds to new information. By better understanding your child’s challenges, you can help them succeed in school and in life. Learning Disabilities and Disorders. The different types of learning disorders and their signs. The misunderstood child: A guide for parents of learning disabled children. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. An easy-to-read basic and informative book with a focus on children with learning disabilities, yet relevant to children who are gifted and learning disabled.

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"The Learning-Disabled Child" aims to provide an answer. A broad-based account of what is currently known and done about learning disabilities, the book gets at the roots of this perplexing problem - and offers a new outlook for its : Sylvia Farnham-Diggory.

“A Parent’s Guide to Raising Learning Disabled Children” is a fascinating, informative, and helpful read. What is most meaningful to me personally, is the fact that the author not only speaks from her own experience of raising four children with learning disabilities, but the fact that she herself, has struggled with multiple learning disabilities, including dyslexia and ADHD!/5(6).

In the diagnosis of learning disabilities, the discrepancy is usually determined through assessment to determine the child's intelligence quotient, or IQ score, and his achievement test scores in specific academic areas of reading, math, and written language.

Language processing, listening comprehension, and oral expression may also be : Ann Logsdon. This book relates laboratory work on learning disabilities to classroom work with learning-disabled children. Separate chapters discuss the concept of learning disabilities, learning disabilities and research on learning, attention and learning, learning disabilities and the brain-dysfunction hypothesis, hyperactivity and the effects of medication, teaching the learning-disabled child.

Use these books to help you communicate to your child (or anyone's) about learning disabilities. Last month I wrote about seven children's book authors with dyslexia, speaking to my own personal struggles with learning disabilities. Our audience's response was huge, and I think I know why.

So many children with learning disabilities are. There is also an entirely new section on learning disabled adults and the laws that protect them. Sally Smith, the parent of a learning disabled child herself, guides parents along every step of the way, from determining if their child is learning disabled to challenging the school system to provide special : Ebook.

In her most recent book, ''No One to Play With: The Social Side of Learning Disabilities'' (Random House, $), Mrs. Osman says a child can be considered to have a learning disability if ''he Author: Elizabeth Field. This book helps school-based practitioners develop a comprehensive psychoeducational evaluation for a child.

The book has: a) a clear framework for assessment and evidence-based intervention planning under the revised IDEA guidelines; b) empirically supported treatments for each problem; and c) discussion practical issues involved in Response to Intervention models.

Chapter 4. Who Is Really Learning Disabled. by Gary L. Hessler. At a time when almost 50 percent of all special education students are considered to have a learning disability, some people are questioning whether students labeled learning disabled (LD) actually have a certifiable handicap (Spear-Swerling & Sternberg, ).

Learning Re-enabled is designed to help therapists, teachers, and parents understand the learning disabled child. The author, through extensive professional experience and a special devotion to learning disabled children, developed this book to be a resource for professionals and parents as they sort out the best possible learning plan for the child who learns differently.

Aiming to provide an answer to the question of who is the learning-disabled child, this book is a broad-based account of what is currently known and done about learning disabilities. It looks at the roots of the problem - in the law, the school system and the child.

“The learning disabled child’s brain seems to perceive, process, or remember certain kinds of mental tasks in a faulty manner,” write Drs. Paul and Esther Wender.

Still, a learning disability does not necessarily mean that a child is mentally handicapped. This book shows parents what they can do at home to help their learning-disabled child at school. The authors cover the tests and evaluations used by schools, so parents will know what to expect and how these tests can affect the child's future.

Includes a glossary of terms used by special educators and testing personnel. Schools have sent ''many of our most talented kids to classes for the learning disabled,'' Dr.

Armstrong asserted in the new book, ''In Their Own Way,'' published by Jeremy P. Tarcher, Inc., and. A learning disability (LD) is a disorder that affects a child's ability to interpret what they see and hear or to link information from different parts of the brain. This section provides a wealth of information about learning disabilities, the most common of which is dyslexia — difficulty with language and reading.

Also visit our sister site LD OnLine, the leading website on. A learning disabled child may see a bottomless leviathan waiting to swallow them whole if they make any undue waves. The world and the water, as it were, can be a frightening place.

We, as parents, grandparents, educators and advocates are here to help them swim the sea. The law ensures that a child identified under the law with a disability who is attending an elementary or secondary school receives accommodations that will ensure their academic success and access to a common learning disabilities environment.

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In this revised, trade paperback edition of the latest information on learning disabilities in a clear, honest, and accessible : Learning Disabled Child The child with this label usually is a child who is a classic example of neurological dysorganization.

However, some children who are diagnosed as learning disabled have no problem at all, other than being situated in a learning environment that incorporates an inappropriate program. The learning-disabled child is usually not mentally retarded and may often be genuinely gifted -- Auguste Rodin, Thomas Edison, Woodrow Wilson and Albert Einstein were all.

LD OnLine is the leading website on learning disabilities, learning disorders and differences. Parents and teachers of learning disabled children will find authoritative guidance on attention deficit disorder, ADD, ADHD, dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, dysnomia, reading difficulties, speech and related disorders.

LD OnLine works in association with Learning Disabilities. This book offers practical strategies to help learning disabled children ages six through seventeen navigate the treacherous social waters of their school, home, and community.

Rick examines the special social issues surrounding a wide variety of learning disabilities, including ADD and other attentional disorders, anxiety, paralinguistics Pages: From her experiences as a child to working with her own children, she recently wrote, “A Parent’s Guide To Raising Learning Disabled Children.” Horner said, “Why should I write a book?