popular topics in diagnosing lds

  • School and Learning
    Ld Signs and Symptoms
    Does Your Middle-Schooler Have LD?
    Is your adolescent struggling in school? Find out if you should have her evaluated for a learning disability. ...
  • School and Learning
    Ld Signs and Symptoms
    Does Your Grade-Schooler Have LD?
    Is your child struggling in school? Find out if you should have him evaluated for a learning disability. ...
  • Babies and Toddlers
    Speech
    Three-Year-Old Doesn't Talk
    Speech delays should be investigated sooner rather than later. ...
  • School and Learning
    Ld Signs and Symptoms
    Does Your Preschooler Have LD?
    Does your little one have a problem learning? Find out if you should have her evaluated for learning disabilities. ...
  • School and Learning
    Signs and Symptoms of ADHD
    Part Two: Does Your Child Have ADHD?
    Is your child fidgety, always on the go, or easily distracted? Maybe he has ADHD. Take this two-part quiz and find out if your child's symptoms fit the ADHD profile. (If you haven't taken the first part of the quiz, answer the questions here). ...
  • School and Learning
    Signs and Symptoms of ADHD
    Part One: Does Your Child Have ADHD?
    Is your child easily distracted or always on the go? Take this two-part quiz and find out if your child's symptoms fit the ADHD profile. ...
  • School and Learning
    Ld Signs and Symptoms
    Preschooler Can't Answer Questions
    A mother is concerned that her three-year-old cannot answer even simple questions about a book that was just read. ...
  • Entertainment and Activities
    Early Reading Books
    Does Your Gifted Child Have ADD or LD?
    Some of our greatest geniuses had learning disabilities. Does yours? Take our quiz. ...
  • School and Learning
    Ld Signs and Symptoms
    Is It Just Bad Behavior? The LD and Emotions Quiz
    Teachers and parents are sometimes guilty of labeling kids because of their behavior, without knowing the issues at work. Test your knowledge about LD and emotional health. ...
  • School and Learning
    Facts About Lds
    Separating the Myths from the Facts
    Learning disabilities: What's true? What's false? Take our quiz and find out. ...
  • ChildListening
    Central Auditory Processing Disorder
    6 Characteristics of Central Auditory Processing Disorder
    Do you think your child might have Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD)? Find out the most common characteristics of this disorder to help you decide whether your child needs to be tested. ...
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  • School and Learning
    Ld Signs and Symptoms
    Common Developmental Delays
    Common Developmental Delays Developmental delays range from very mild to severe. Say your two-year-old isn't making circular scribbles when all the other children in day care are, yet she has developed her other fine motor skills. She may be scri...
  • School and Learning
    Facts About Lds
    LD Software for College
    Find out about electronic texts (e-texts) that are available free of charge, and other LD resources. ...
  • School and Learning
    Diagnosing Lds
    Dyslexic Son Gets No Help from School
    When school testing doesn't indicate a need for services for a child with reading problems, a private evaluation may be wise. ...
  • School and Learning
    Diagnosing Lds
    Failing First Grade
    A comprehensive evaluation is sometimes called for to address not only a child's learning needs, but also his behavioral and emotional ones. ...
  • School and Learning
    Coping With ADHD
    Understanding LD and ADHD
    Find suggestions for how to help a new husband understand learning disabilities and ADHD. ...
  • School and Learning
    Diagnosing Lds
    Finding an Independent Evaluator
    Many parent advocacy groups around this country can help you find an independent evaluator. ...
  • School and Learning
    Central Auditory Processing Disorder
    CAPD, Inclusion, and the Self-Contained Classroom
    How do you know whether a contained classroom is the best placement for a child with CAPD? ...