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6 Strategies to Help Your Child with LD Succeed

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Job Skills Search


If you are a parent of an older child, one reader reminds us that teaching job skills is an important strategy. Sit down with your child and ask her what she wants to do when she grows up.

Once you have a list of jobs that interest her, brainstorm the skills she will need to accomplish this job, and turn them into learning goals for the summer or upcoming school year.

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