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Do you or your child have a learning disability or dyslexia? Download our checklist to find out.

LD Resources Foundation ACTION have created this free checklist, available for download, to assist you in determining whether your student or child may have a learning disability.  If you are looking for information on learning and attention issues like dyslexia or dysgraphia please click on the below link. http://www.ldrfa.org/learning-disability-adhd-facts/ We are aware that most students…

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Importance of Sleep for People with ADHD & Learning Disabilities Who Suffer From Sleep Deprivation

Sleep deprivation is often overlooked among students with ADHD/LD and adults. ADHD has a 50% co-morbidity with other learning disabilities.  The National Sleep Foundations notes that ADHD is linked with a variety of sleep issues.  A recent study found that children with ADHD had higher rates of daytime sleepiness than children without ADHD.  This of…

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Main Signs Your Child Might Have Dyslexia

Dyslexia is the most common of the Learning Disabilities and it has a strong genetic basis. Current research has shown that structural and functional brain differences are present.  However, there is much confusion among the general public, on what the term “Dyslexia” actually refers to.  Most people believe that Dyslexia refers to the reversing of letters…

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Parental Detachment and How it Affects Individuals with Learning Disabilities, ADHD, Dyslexia, and Autism

By: Lesley Stoller When detached from their parents they experience Sleeping trust issue insecure and attachment styles. Children who have spent their early childhoods in institutional settings in which they received care but not love develop weakened immune systems, physical abilities, learning abilities and problems with social interaction. They often failed to gain in weight…

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