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Developmental Concerns:Teaching a Learning-Disabled Child
2008-02-06
Name: Editor Have you ever tried to help a learning-disabled child with his studies? Do you know of any other teaching methods that can help a learning-disabled child in his studies?
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2009-04-09
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Name: vijesh
Subject:  writing disability
My daughter is 5 years old. she had a squint operation when she was 2.5 years old. although normal in all aspects, she refuses to write. also not clear on alphabets.
was told by the doctor that because of the squint operation it would take more time until the eye and hand coordination would improve.
does anyone have any experience on this.
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2008-02-06
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Name: Lara
Subject:   lot of time
Reading this article, I was struck by one thing. It involves a lot of time. A parent may have to spend hours with her child in order to help him. What do you do if both parents are working then? How do you give your child the help he needs?
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2008-02-06
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Name: Nirmal
Subject:  Separate schools
From all the articles I' ve read, there seem to be a large number of people affected by these learning disabilities. Why can' t we have separate schools for them? At least this way, they will have the attention they need. Isn' t this a better solution. Its much better than sticking them into a regular school and forcing them to conform.
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2008-02-06
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Name: Swati
Subject:  Separate?
Why do you want to segregate children? By putting them in a different school, you are labelling them as being unfit to study with regular children. There are many learning disabled children who are highly intelligent and are even smarter than their so-called normal peers.
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