LD OnLine is privileged to have experts in the field of learning disabilities contribute regular columns to this website. They touch upon subjects that range from assessment and testing to social skills.
Learn from Dale Brown, Rick Lavoie, Regina Richards, and Dr. Louise Spear-Swerling. They share enduring lessons in teaching children with learning disabilities and helping them succeed in school and in life.
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Dale S. Brown
Dale S. Brown is a tireless advocate for people who have learning disabilities. Her articles offer tips for adults with learning disabilities, as well as ideas for teachers and parents.
Rick Lavoie is a popular author and speaker on how to support children with special needs. He is best known for his video, "How Difficult Can This Be?". See his insightful columns for teachers and the parents they work with.
Dr. Louise Spear-Swerling
Louise Spear-Swerling is Professor of Special Education and Reading at Southern Connecticut State University. See her research-based and information-full columns on teaching students with learning disabilities.
Regina G. Richards
Regina G. Richards is an educational therapist and author. Read her articles, which are full of practical advice for teachers and the parents they work with on how to motivate and accommodate children with learning disabilities.