How to Identify and Help Kids with Learning Disabilities

They're tricky to pinpoint and can't be 'seen' like other disabilities. But catching them early has big benefits. Discover the signs your child might have one – and what to do if so.

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Imagine a 16-year-old boy who can expertly craft a 3D scale model of the Eiffel Tower – but can't write a sentence about his accomplishment.

This is the case for local student Nick, who has a learning disability. Nick was in first grade, unable to write and not paying attention in…

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