9 ways parents can empower a child who has learning issues — The Washington Post
Common sense stuff here, but good reminders.
"Bob Cunningham, head of the private Robert Louis Stevenson School in Manhattan, advises parents to trust their instincts and take action when their children's grades decline, their behavior changes, they resist going to school or their friends start ditching them. "Don't let small slips add up to big problems," he says. Research shows that identifying problems early can improve a child's outcome, adds Howard Bennett, a pediatrician and author of "The Fantastic Body."
As parents embark on the journey to identify and address learning or attention issues, here are nine ways they can support and empower their child."
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