Tag: Learning Disability


Auditory System: “Kindergarten Guide” to Auditory Processing and How Your Child Uses it in the Classroom Auditory Processing

Auditory System: “Kindergarten Guide” to Auditory Processing and How Your Child Uses it in the Classroom This article provides helpful information about your child’s auditory system and how to help them better learn in the classroom. Each grade level is unique and different for each child. As your child advances at each level, the learning process becomes more challenging and often tests their learning potential....

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REWIRE THE BRAIN: Handwriting Exercises for Emotional Control & Fine Motor Development Fine Motor

Rewire the Brain: New Educational Handbook for Emotional Control and Fine Motor Development This article introduces ways to rewire the brain for developing your child’s emotions, reading, fine motor and writing skills. Details about the handbook are below. When children walk through my door, each is unique and different, just like their learning development. While some struggle with attention and focus issues, Sensory Processing Disorders, anxiety,...

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Is My Child Lazy or is it a Learning Challenge? Education

Laziness vs. Learning Disability Do you ever feel like you are the older brother in Big Hero 6, Tadashi, who is always trying to get his younger brother, Hiro, to make more of himself and reach his potential? If you are like me and loved that movie, you already know that Tadashi struggled with Hiro because he saw all the intelligence and genius within him,...

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Who’s that Celebrity: Daniel Radcliffe Celebrity

As children, we are all excited to learn how to do new things, whether it be learning how to tie our shoes or learning to ride our bike without training wheels. Imagine for a minute though if you struggled to tie your shoes. For Daniel Radcliffe, best known for playing Harry Potter, tying his shoes is something he struggles with every day. Radcliffe suffers from...

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