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The world of LD parenting can be complex and intimidating, but we designed this website to help you navigate through
How can you help your child succeed?
First Steps You Take to Help Your Child Your child is having troubles learning. What do you do? We can
We wrote this website to help you find a pathway to LD success. Many people have followed their pathway, and
As a new parent, I started blogging about parenting, both on my own blog, and at the Silicon Valley Mom’s
What should you know about Learning Differences and Learning Disabilities?
We introduce many words in this website that might be new to you, so this post contains a glossary. Please
These are some our favorite items for teaching and supporting our children.
If you’re reading this website, we’re guessing that your child is bright, motivated, but isn’t able to succeed at learning
Supporting children with learning disabilities is nuanced, and depends on the individual child’s abilities. One of the important things that
There’s a lot of trauma associated with an IEP, but we believe in setting expectations: It’s very common for people
Educational and dyslexia experts tell parents that dyslexic children should be given Orton-Gillingham teaching, but many people are confused by
From 10 to 15% of the US school population has dyslexia Only 5% of dyslexics are ever diagnosed. Dyslexia accounts
It can be tricky teasing out whether your child has dysgraphia, or just poor handwriting. This diagram can help. Dysgraphia
Our friends in the autism community have done amazing work learning and gathering information for others, so we want to
If your child is having a really hard time learning to read, it’s very important to pull back and look
If your child is having a hard time with handwriting, scissors, coloring in the lines, or other fine motor academic
This post is written for people who investigating their child’s school experience, as part of Journey 1: First Steps to