Learning Disabilities manifest themselves in various different ways. They create problems for a child learning to write, spell, do math, and
many other functions. The LD can be a result of the brains inability to send and receive signals properly. In some led students the disability
will be visible through speech and written language. Some children with learning disabilities may even display trouble with self control or
attention issues. If a child is diagnosed with an LD, it is wise for the parent to research all possible venues of help.
Children Learning Disabilities
Children with learning disabilities can feel very isolated. In many schools children with LD’s will be placed in a separate classroom.
While this may be the best option for the child, it can be a little humiliating. If a child starts school in a special learning class, it
can be a little easier than being diagnosed in the middle of their educational experience. Parental involvement is imperative with children
diagnosed with learning disabilities. A parent can assist he child with the adjustment. The parent will also need to assist the child with
their school work at home so they can accomplish the daily tasks assigned to them.
Teen Learning Disabilities
If a child were to go undiagnosed of learning disabilities until they reached their teens, their life will be changing dramatically.
They will more than likely be re-assigned to a different set of classes. The entire process can be very challenging to even the most well
adjusted teen. Teen learning disabilities if diagnosed in their teens are not the end of the world. With the help of caring educational
staff and parents, the teen with learning disabilities will make it.
Student Learning Disabilities
Students with learning disabilities can make it through their educational process, but it will require some special attention. Once the
student with disabilities has been properly diagnosed, the specific type of help they need can be pinpointed. The student may only need help
in a few specific areas. It is important that parents remain positive about the LD’s so the child will not give up. Students with learning
disabilities can grow and live normal lives. They will need to understand what their strengths and weaknesses are, but once learned can be
In conclusion parental involvement is the key to surviving a student with learning disabilities. If the parent becomes involved early and
stays consistent, the child will be fine. This is not to say that it will be easy, but it will be possible.