Does Your Child Have A Learning Disability?

If you move around in a school community, sooner or later, you’ll hear it. Learning disability. So, what is that? Look at this simple video for a brief  and simple explanation.

It is extremely important to know your child’s preferred way of taking in information. That’s what will empower you to help him learn better and faster. As you study your son or daughter, lead them to discover the way they learn best.

If they are weak in one area, look for their area of strength and highlight it.

I’m on a campaign to help every child under my sphere of influence find out how he learns best, and teach them at least one way to make their weak area strong.

I’m enlisting mothers to join me. (Dads who feel left out are welcome too)

Here’s my question: Who’s willing?

Florence is the mother of an amazing teenager; an educational consultant, author, speaker, speech-language pathologist, encourager and perpetual optimist. She shares tips, tools and resources with mothers (and other caregivers) of struggling and/or failing children. She is fiercely committed to helping them develop and enhance their children's foundational skills for learning, to grow them to success in school and life. A believer in the unique learning abilities of all children, she is an advocate for those who learn differently.

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3 thoughts on “Does Your Child Have A Learning Disability?

  1. Luckily I didn’t have a child with learning difficulties though I have worked with children that did have. So much more support/technology to help them these days which is good. Good post.