You’ve taken your child to the doctor. You’ve communicated with the school. You’ve filled out a million forms. You’ve answered a million questions. Now, at the end of what feels like an excruciatingly slow process, you’ve been told that your child has a disability. Now what?
Having a learning disability doesn’t just mean that writing is hard, it means it’s hard for a reason. And that reason is brain-based.
By Maria Gregory and Marysa Enis We’ve been really looking forward to this article. It’s that time of year when even the most mindful of people could use a refresher course on mindfulness. Schedules are packed. To-do lists are growing. People are scrambling to get their work done before winter break. Even the fun stuff – giving gifts, decorating, and going to parties – can start to overwhelm. Add kids to the equation and now you’re really spread thin. Add…
There may not be a right or wrong answer, but there are many things to consider when choosing a public or private evaluation for your child.