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A Parent’s Perspective—Taking the Private Route for LD Evaluation

Written by NCLD Editors

When you’re concerned about the progress your child is (or isn’t) making in school, what do you do? Where can you turn to for help? This audio podcast features an interview with parent Judith Halden, who offers her tips, guidance and perspective for parents who may be considering going outside of the public school system … Continue reading A Parent’s Perspective—Taking the Private Route for LD Evaluation

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A Parent’s Perspective—LD Evaluation in the Public Schools

Written by NCLD Editors

When parents are concerned that their child isn’t making appropriate academic progress, what steps do they need to take and when? This audio podcast features an interview with parent Judith Halden, who offers her tips, guidance and expertise about going through the LD evaluation process in the public school system. Learn why it’s important to … Continue reading A Parent’s Perspective—LD Evaluation in the Public Schools

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If I Had a Crystal Ball

Written by Joan Luks, Parent Contributor

Mom Joan Luks reflects back on the LD journey she took with her son – the feeling of being on an emotional rollercoaster, the struggles in school, and the lessons they both learned throughout the years in advocacy and self-advocacy. At 4 my son attended a pre-K program. After the start of the school year … Continue reading If I Had a Crystal Ball

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Making the Most of the Parent Information and Training Network

Written by NCLD Editors

In this audio podcast, Connie Hawkins and Jan Serak, two longtime directors of Parent Centers, who are themselves parents of children with disabilities, talk about the network of nonprofit Parent Training and Information Centers and Community Parent Resource Centers. These Parent Centers, funded by the U.S. Department of Education, were created specifically to help families … Continue reading Making the Most of the Parent Information and Training Network

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