October is Learning Disabilities Awareness Month

Learning Disabilities impact 15 to of the population. The most common types of learning disabilities are reading, writing, and math (dyscalculia).

This is great - it is difficult to try and fully explain the special education process to parents and regular Ed teachers. It is complicated and full of red tape not to mention mentally exhausting - and each state/ county may interpret the law differently for their own school districts... This site developed by a fellow school psychologist just about sums it up! Thanks for making my job easier!

This website provides information about specific disabilities: ADHD, Aspergers, Autism, Developmental Delay, Emotional Disability & LD. Info on sped laws eligibility & more.

Internet Special Education Resources

Special Education Help-- Learning Disabilities Resources for ADHD, Autism, Asperger's, and other special needs

AWESOME! This website provides information about specific disabilities. They provide information on ADHD, Aspergers, Autism, Developmental Delay, Emotional Disability, and Learning Disability. This website also provides information on creating behavior plans and intervention plans. It also provides information on special education laws eligibility and more.

If passed by Cincinnati voters November Preschool Promise will fund two years of quality preschool for every child in the city.

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Exploring adult relationships for people with learning disabilities

Sexuality is such an important aspect in life, why should it be different for people with a learning disability? So lets explore and educate adults about relationships.

This is an article about dyslexia and how to be proud of it.

dyslexic-kids: “Happy Halloween, and thank you for celebrating Dyslexia Awareness Month with me. To end October, here is a list of inspirational people who made a difference because of their difference. The only thing though.

This is my behavioral/ specific learning disability pin. This is a helpful pin to have because not only does it show what signs to look for in a traumatic brain injury but also how to accommodate these students. Since I also plan on coaching a sport, it is very important to know what to look for.

Quick resource for individuals working with clients with TBI including physical and emotional signs, and ways to modify personal behavior