Learning Disabilities: Things You’ve Always Wanted to Know (audio)
In this podcast, Dr. Sheldon Horowitz answers three common questions about learning disabilities (LD):
- Can you get a child’s learning disability to go away?
- How do you deal with someone—a child, parent, or teacher—who denies that anything is wrong, that the learning disability doesn’t exist?
- How does brain structure and function relate to learning disabilities?
This is the third in a three-part series developed with the Student Success Collaborative. Questions for this series were collected from educators connected to the Silicon Valley Education Foundation and Teachers without Borders.
Listen to “Things You’ve Always Wanted to Know About Learning Disabilities (audio).” (length: 10 minutes)
- Read the transcript for “Things You’ve Always Wanted to Know About Learning Disabilities.”
The podcasts for this series and the Student Success Collaborative are generously funded by the Cisco Systems Foundation. The Student Success Collaborative consists of partners City Year, Silicon Valley Education Foundation, Teachers without Borders, One Global Economy and the National Center for Learning Disabilities.