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Based in cutting-edge research in neuroscience, education, and the principles of attachment-based teaching, this important guide for parents offers tools and practices to help children transcend language-based learning difficulties, do better in school, and gain self-confidence and self-esteem. If your child has a language-based learning difficulty—such as dyscalculia, dysl Based in cutting-edge research in neuroscience, education, and the principles of attachment-based teaching, this important guide for parents offers tools and practices to help children transcend language-based learning difficulties, do better in school, and gain self-confidence and self-esteem. If your child has a language-based learning difficulty—such as dyscalculia, dyslexia, and auditory processing disorder—they may have to work twice as hard to keep up with their peers in school. Your child may also have feelings of frustration, anger, sadness, or shame as a result of their learning differences. As a parent, it hurts to see your child struggle. But the good news is that there are proven-effective strategies you can learn to help your child be their best. This book will show you how. Helping Your Child with Language-Based Learning Disabilities outlines an attachment-based approach to help your child succeed based in the latest research. This research indicates that a secure attachment relationship between you and your child actually optimizes their learning ability by enhancing motivation, regulating anxiety, and triggering neuroplasticity. In this book, you’ll discover why it’s so important to accurately assess your child, find new perspectives on LBLDs based on the most current studies, and discover tips and strategies for navigating school, home life, and your child’s future. Most importantly, you’ll learn how your own special bond with your child can help spark their interest in reading, writing, and math. Every child is unique—and every child learns in his or her own way. With this groundbreaking guide, you’ll be able to help your child thrive, in school and life.


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Based in cutting-edge research in neuroscience, education, and the principles of attachment-based teaching, this important guide for parents offers tools and practices to help children transcend language-based learning difficulties, do better in school, and gain self-confidence and self-esteem. If your child has a language-based learning difficulty—such as dyscalculia, dysl Based in cutting-edge research in neuroscience, education, and the principles of attachment-based teaching, this important guide for parents offers tools and practices to help children transcend language-based learning difficulties, do better in school, and gain self-confidence and self-esteem. If your child has a language-based learning difficulty—such as dyscalculia, dyslexia, and auditory processing disorder—they may have to work twice as hard to keep up with their peers in school. Your child may also have feelings of frustration, anger, sadness, or shame as a result of their learning differences. As a parent, it hurts to see your child struggle. But the good news is that there are proven-effective strategies you can learn to help your child be their best. This book will show you how. Helping Your Child with Language-Based Learning Disabilities outlines an attachment-based approach to help your child succeed based in the latest research. This research indicates that a secure attachment relationship between you and your child actually optimizes their learning ability by enhancing motivation, regulating anxiety, and triggering neuroplasticity. In this book, you’ll discover why it’s so important to accurately assess your child, find new perspectives on LBLDs based on the most current studies, and discover tips and strategies for navigating school, home life, and your child’s future. Most importantly, you’ll learn how your own special bond with your child can help spark their interest in reading, writing, and math. Every child is unique—and every child learns in his or her own way. With this groundbreaking guide, you’ll be able to help your child thrive, in school and life.

53 review for Helping Your Child with Language-Based Learning Disabilities: Strategies to Succeed in School and Life with Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia, ADHD, and Processing Disorders

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ema Patrichi

    Lots of useful ideas for teachers snd parents.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Stacey Crate

    I wish I had found this book at the start of my child’s journey, not as we are nearing the end. So much of this information I had already learned through our journey, yet I did find some new helpful tips. I felt like it offered much better guidance for parents of ADHD kids than it did for children with dyslexia. He does a good job at educating the parent on the struggles the children face and how this is a struggle you will need to help them with into their early adulthood. It was very easy to r I wish I had found this book at the start of my child’s journey, not as we are nearing the end. So much of this information I had already learned through our journey, yet I did find some new helpful tips. I felt like it offered much better guidance for parents of ADHD kids than it did for children with dyslexia. He does a good job at educating the parent on the struggles the children face and how this is a struggle you will need to help them with into their early adulthood. It was very easy to read and offers additional resources like checklists on the publishers website. This book helps provide a better understanding to parents in their efforts to meet the needs of their child’s learning challenges.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Brandi

    This book compiled a lot of good information and helpful tips on how to support children with LBLD. I would have loved this book in my hands ten years ago when I stumbled on the dyslexia in our family. Two of my boys suffer significantly but I stumbled on much of these helps in this book by trial and error and learning the hard way. I will recommend this to anyone that asks what they can do to help their child after a LBLD diagnosis. This book will get them started on the right foot for a very l This book compiled a lot of good information and helpful tips on how to support children with LBLD. I would have loved this book in my hands ten years ago when I stumbled on the dyslexia in our family. Two of my boys suffer significantly but I stumbled on much of these helps in this book by trial and error and learning the hard way. I will recommend this to anyone that asks what they can do to help their child after a LBLD diagnosis. This book will get them started on the right foot for a very long journey.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    This book was not at all what I expected. I like his approach - a very kind, supportive approach to academics with children from pre-k up through high school with learning disorders. His main message seems to be kids do as well as they can, and kids aren't getting bad grades because they want to but because they don't have the support/skills to do better. I agree with that, but I didn't really feel like I learned anything new - and while it would be lovely to have had this all in one place start This book was not at all what I expected. I like his approach - a very kind, supportive approach to academics with children from pre-k up through high school with learning disorders. His main message seems to be kids do as well as they can, and kids aren't getting bad grades because they want to but because they don't have the support/skills to do better. I agree with that, but I didn't really feel like I learned anything new - and while it would be lovely to have had this all in one place starting out, it's a high enough level overview, that I'm just not sure how helpful it would be.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Eileen Hadfield

    I think if my children were younger, I would have found this book helpful. It is geared toward parents of kids in elementary school and my kids are older. Overall, the book was filled with information I already knew or had tried.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Randi

    Lots of great information. So many notes in the margin, sentences underlined and earmarked pages. Will refer to this book over and over.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Damos

    Good book for caring parents who want to fully engage with their children's education journey. Full of common sense solutions & ideals. Written by an empathetic author. Good book for caring parents who want to fully engage with their children's education journey. Full of common sense solutions & ideals. Written by an empathetic author.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kari C

    Don’t feel like this helped. Lots of explaining and not enough actual “do this “ to help your child. Basically it said have a good relationship with your kid and read to them every day. 😐

  9. 5 out of 5

    Felicia

    Lots of ideas for parents, regardless of public or homeschool.

  10. 4 out of 5

    June

    A kind and caring approach to assisting children with learning disabilities, this book is a good choice for parents who feel overwhelmed. It has many excellent strategies.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Maggie

    Fantastic for parents who are new to the world of dyslexia. Not much for parents who have been fighting this battle for a while, though.

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