It may be that they're in the wrong environment.
"How was your day at school today?"
Children with learning disorders require the lessons taught to them in the WAY THEY LEARN.
- difficulty remembering the letters of the alphabet
- difficulty learning letter sounds
- doesn't recognize rhyming patterns
- confuses the days of the week
- cannot associate sounds with their letters
- does not like school
- a family history of dyslexia or learning difficulties
If you suspect that your child may have some sort of learning disorder here's where you need to start?
Here's 5 things you need to do now!
1. Let go of the stigma
Let go of what you want them to be and embrace what they are!
2. Look for clues
Observe and document! Don't analyze the behavior. You're looking for clues!
3. Build Allies at School
Involve your child's teacher. They may be able to help.
4. Get Real Answers
Involve professionals. They WILL be able to help.
5. Create a Plan
Request an IEP for your child. It protects them through college.
While it seems daunting, completing the steps now will place you and your child on the right path.
To learn more about The Prentice School and their innovative approach to guiding students with learning differences to become life-long learners, click below.