Non verbal learning disability

Antoinette - posted on 07/02/2013 ( 2 moms have responded )




Looking for some parenting tips from other moms who kids have been diagnosed with this learning disability.
For example activities - interests - tutoring and things your kids are interested in and what kind of things they participate in to help them with this learning disability.


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Ev - posted on 07/02/2013




Are you getting therapy for your child? I would check into that first thing if I were you and you have not looked into that option. Check your area if your child is preschool age for a preschool setting that has the therapies there for your child's benefit. Also being in program like that or something similar where they can interact with other children too is beneficial. Also look for support groups for families with children who have this same issue. If in public school, sit down with the teachers, counselors, principals, and others who will be working directly with your child and get them all on the same page to make sure that the services your child needs are in place and being used. Also keep in touch with your child's doctor and see if he or she can suggest other things that I have not. If your child has any interests work with them on those and maybe find a group or club that does that too...4-H is a good one. There are lots of things if you just ask for help finding the services, tutoring, and such to make your child a success.

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