We at LD OnLine understand the special challenges facing families of English language learners with learning disabilities. The assessment process can be more difficult for a child whose native language is not English, and it can be frustrating to determine whether a child is having a problem in school because of a language barrier or because of a learning disability.
Learn More About Learning Disabilities
Recognizing a Disability
Auditory and Visual Disabilities, including Dyslexia
Helping Children with Disabilities
Please also be sure to visit our sister web site, ColorinColorado.org, which offers information and advice for parents and teachers of English language learners, including many of the Spanish articles above, and the following section on learning disabilities in Spanish:
The National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities (NICHCY) also offers many helpful articles in Spanish, including this downloadable fact sheet:
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