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All About Learning Disabilities and ADHD

LD OnLine knows that there are many different ways to learn, and having the right tools at school and at home can change everything. Explore our resources and help every child reach their full potential.

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Working with Families

Crickets, Books, and Bach: Develop a Summer Listening Program

Put together a summer listening program for your child. Listening is an engaging way to learn, so your child may love listening to books and other written documents. Have them listen to music and stage plays, comedy routines, and other works.

Working with Families

Strategies for Summer Reading for Children with Dyslexia

Here are a dozen simple strategies to help your children keep the academic skills they learned during the school year. Support them as they read. Give them material that is motivating — and some of it should be easy.

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Homeschooling

Homeschooling Your Struggling Learner

In her book, Homeschooling Your Struggling Learner, Kathy Kuhl explains how she came to the realization that school wasn’t working for her son and decided to do what she never thought she could: stay home and teach him.

Contributions From You

I’m never sure what to expect anymore

Michelle Sarabia

My son sits up at 9 months. He speaks at 15 months. The doctor says, “Some children take longer.” Other doctors examine him. Our son is behind, they say, but it’s nothing serious. They say, “Don’t worry.” No one says, “Developmentally delayed.”

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