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Navigating the Start of the School Year: 10 Tips for Parents of Children with Learning Disabilities

The beginning of a new school year is a time filled with anticipation and excitement, but for parents of children with learning disabilities, it can also bring about unique challenges and concerns. As a parent, you play a pivotal role in supporting your child's education and well-being. Here are our top 10 tips to help you navigate the start of the school year and ensure a positive and successful learning experience for your child with…

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Unleashing Potential: 5 Ways that Tutoring can Help with Learning Disabilities or ADHD

Often, kids with learning disabilities like dyslexia or ADHD face extra challenges in school. These difficulties can affect their confidence and make learning harder. But there's something powerful that can make a big difference in their lives—tutoring. In this blog post, we'll explore how tutoring can help kids with learning disabilities or ADHD. It gives them personalized help, special attention, and a supportive learning environment that can unlock their true abilities. 1.It helps to create…

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6 Early Signs of Dyscalculia

Parents frequently come to me for an evaluation because their child is struggling with math, and I’m tasked with determining the cause of those struggles. One potential cause of math difficulties is dyscalculia, a neurodevelopmental disorder that is characterized by impairments in basic mathematical skills. In school-aged children, these impairments can be reflected in many ways, including challenges with math calculation, applied math skills (e.g., working with money or time), or math fluency. However, it…

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