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6 Strategies to Help Your Child with LD Succeed

by Lindsay Hutton

If you have a child with a learning disability, you know how hard it can be to get him excited about schoolwork. Check out these tips and strategies from our readers that will help your child accomplish his goals, and encourage him to go that extra mile.

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Show Him He's a Star


Documenting your child's successes is a great way to show him how far he has come and motivate him to keep going for it. One reader suggests making a scrapbook of all his accomplishments that he can share with his teachers, friends, and family. This form of positive feedback can be great for his self-esteem.

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