Learn How To Overcome Dyslexia, ADHD, Aspergers, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia or other Learning Disabilities.
You can help your child overcome his learning struggles.
Even though I’m not a teacher, I helped my boys overcome dyslexia, ADHD, dysgraphia and other LDs. Other parents have helped their kids too. It has been done and YOU can do it too with the right information and programs!
Whether you you need to know how to help your child overcome dyslexia, ADHD, Aspergers, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia, or another learning disability, you CAN help your child learn academic skills more easily.
You just need to know where to start!
Learn three keys to helping your child in this video:
Your First 3 Steps to take towards writing your child’s success story:
1) Figure out your child’s learning style. If you can teach your child in the way that HE learns, you’ll figure out how to overcome dyslexia, ADHD, Aspergers, etc more easily. When it comes to education, one size never fits all. By using your child’s learning style to reach his mind, your child can learn more easily. Learn all you can about your child’s learning style by checking out the Learning Styles menu category.
2) There are programs designed SPECIFICALLY for kids with learning disabilities. To help your child:
- Find PROVEN Programs for reading disabilities.
- Use PROVEN programs for Memory and Processing speed to address each brain-based process that affects your child’s learning.
- Use natural strategies for ADHD to help your child focus better.
- Select programs proven to help kids with dysgraphia.
- Select programs designed specifically for kids with dyscalculia.
- Use proven programs for each of your child’s learning disabilities.
3) In order to figure out eactly How To Overcome Dyslexia, ADHD, Aspergers, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia or other Learning Disabilities, you’ll need to get a comprehensive evaluation from a highly qualified neuropsychologist. You need to KNOW the cognitive processes that affect your child in order to improve your child’s learning. You need to KNOW if your child has working memory problems, perception problems, processing problems, etc.
If you don’t know exactly what your child’s issues are, you’ll have a hard time figuring out how to overcome dyslexia, ADHD, Aspergers, dysgraphia, dyscalculia or other learning disabilities. There is a wide variety in the degrees of dyslexia, ADHD, etc. There are also different brain processes involved whether your child has ADHD, Aspergers, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia, or other LDs. If you know YOUR child’s individual needs, you can build a better program to overcome your child’s learning disabilities. 😉
Please DIVE into the Learning Abled Kids’ website to find the help you need.
Check out the resources I share in this site. You can pick categories from the menu or use the Table of Contents.
Please know, you can keep your child from being held back educationally. We’ll HELP you figure out how to overcome dyslexia, ADHD, Aspergers, dysgraphia, dyscalculia or other learning disabilities! Check out the “4 Keys to Overcoming ADHD, Aspergers, Dyslexia & LDs” to learn more about overcoming learning disabilities.
Sign up for our Tips List in the sign up box in the side panel. Then use the “Table of Contents” in the menu above to find information about identifying your child’s specific learning needs. You’ll find proven programs to help meet your child’s specific needs.
If you’re going to do battle with your child’s school, arm yourself with the information in the free IEP training. KNOW what the research shows about holding kids back. Learn as MUCH as you can about your child’s ADHD, Aspergers, Dyslexia, or other LDs.
There’s a free Multi-sensory instruction tutorial too. It can help you figure out how to teach your child using his specific learning style.
Another great resource for helping your child is Assistive Technology. I’ve started a sister site for Learning Abled Kids that focuses solely on Assistive Technology and multisensory instruction.
You may also like the “Special Education Guidebook for Parents of Children with Specific Learning Disabilities.”
I sincerely hope this information helps you a lot. I’m here for you and your child. So go ahead and dive in. Feel free to email me with any questions you have.