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Top 10 Tips for Parents Who Have a Child with LD

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Keep in Contact with Your Child's Teacher(s)


Teachers want to work with parents. Let them know how your child behaves at home, any difficult times he or she is going through, any subjects or lessons he or she has particularly enjoyed in class. Parents can also play an essential role in working with teachers to develop instructional and behavioral strategies that can be used both in school and at home.

Next: Keep a Profile of What Your Child Does Well

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