Nov 152012

overcome learning disabilities

You are awesome because you want to help your child overcome learning disabilities.

You can create educational success for your child by seeking the answers to  questions like:

  • What are your child’s learning styles?
  • What learning strengths does your child have?
  • What cognitive enhancements need strengthening (memory, processing speed, etc.)
  • What achievement gaps exist?
  • What is the exact cause of those learning gaps?
  • Which curricula will help your child overcome his learning disabilities?
  • Which programs are proven to work for specific areas of disability or giftedness?
  • How do you measure adequate yearly progress?

You can find answers to the questions above by exploring the Learning Abled Kids’ website. You can go to the Learning Abled Kids Table of Contents and look for the help you need.

Use the new insights you learn to create a great educational program to help your child overcome learning disabilities. While it may be difficult to meet your child’s educational needs, it is entirely possible to develop a great program to help your child.

My Qualifications for Helping You Overcome Learning Disabilities in Your Child:

I have my Master’s Degree in Instructional Design. I’m a veteran homeschooling mom of boys with a variety of learning disabilities. My boys are also twice exceptional. I homeschooled my boys for over a decade to overcome learning disabilities.

My boys have also been highly successful in college. My older son graduated from college with Magna Cum Laude honors. My younger son is still in college.

When I was obtaining my Master’s Degree, I focused on Learning Styles and Universal Design for Learning.  I’ve been trained in Orton-Gillingham multisensory teaching methods used for teaching children with dyslexia how to read.

As an Instructional Designer, I can help you figure out how to meet your child’s unique learning needs so your child can overcome learning disabilities. My goal is to help you help your child achieve beyond your expectations.  I’m eager to share both practical and premium learning solutions with you, so you can help your child succeed.

You can help your child achieve better than expected learning outcomes.

The only requirement: You have to be willing and able to take control of your child’s education. Whether your child has specific learning disabilities (dyslexiaovercome learning disabilities, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, attention deficit disorder, executive functioning disorder, etc.), has advanced intellectual abilities, or both LDs and giftedness (is twice exceptional), taking charge will give you the time you need to overcome learning disabilities.

Please look around the website for answers and solutions. Feel free to leave me a comment on any page where comments are open. Email me privately if you have a question you’d like answered in our Q&A section. I’m wishing you ALL the best and hope Learning Abled Kids is a blessing to you in helping your child overcome learning disabilities.


SandyKC, M.S. Instructional Design,
Owner, Learning Abled Kids, L.L.C., and Veteran Homeschooling Mom 😀

  4 Responses to “Overcome Learning Disabilities : Help Your Child at Home”

  1. Looking good so far! I am just getting my daughters set up to homeschool. They both have different learning needs and your site has been a Godsend! Thank you for leading us through this path and sharing your wisdom! You are changing lives for the better! 🙂

    • THANK YOU, Jen! I really appreciate the thumbs up!! 😀
      It was such a struggle when I started the journey, I want to save as many people as I can from struggling to make the decision to homeschool and from best meeting their child’s needs, as was the difficult part for me in the beginning. Having sought to fully understand my boys’ needs, and consequently obtaining my M.S. in Instructional Design, I’m excited about sharing as much information as I can to help parents–like you–who wish to do all they can to help their kids along the road to learning success. Wishing you all the best on your journey with your daughter! 😉

  2. Grace is doing great and this March will mark 2 years with no hospital stays! I posted your site on my homeschool groups’ board too. We have a sub section of our group for ‘exceptional kids’ and your site will get a lot of visits in the coming days.

    Thanks for the great resource!

    • THANK YOU!! I’m so excited to hear Grace made it TWO years without a hospital stay! FABULOUS! 😀 I appreciate you sharing the site within your group too. I just started switching the Learning Abled Kids’ website over from an ancient, hand-coded HTML-based site to a WordPress site today, so things are a bit in shambles today. I HOPE to make good progress this week in getting new menus and pages going so the website will be better and more helpful than ever! 😀