Learning disabilities have a large impact on how society relates to those with those disabilities. It affects society in the person’s ability to interact within a community not just inside the educational area. Even though a child with learning disabilities can be challenged through evaluations, trained specialists, therapy and drug treatments they are able to live an independent life.
The people with learning disabilities should be able to live an independent life as long as they are properly diagnosed. In order to be diagnosed with a learning disability they must meet certain criteria. This is because not ...view middle of the document...
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This article gives information that will help parents and educators distinguish the symptoms that may affect a child from learning. It also teaches how a child with a learning disability can perceive things differently from a child who does not suffer from learning disabilities. It guides parents and educators to look for the symptoms that mimic learning disabilities but the child does not have a learning disability. The article also talks about the different types of learning disabilities and how they occur. (Kupper, 1995)
Smith, C. P. (1997). Learning Disabilities: A TO Z. New York, NY, USA: Simon & Schuster Inc.
This book gives an insight of understanding learning disabilities in a way to guide parents. Also, it emphasizes the causes of learning disabilities as well as the types of learning disabilities. This book informs the parent, how to handle a learning disability as well as learning about it. There are different organizations one can get help for certain learning disabilities. Lastly, it guides the parent to learn how to properly educate the child with the learning disability they face. The parent will learn to teach the child to have a life full of possibilities instead of keeping them isolated. (Smith, 1997)
Neuwirth, S. a. (1993). National Inst. of Mental Health (DHHS). Learning Disabilities. ERIC, EBSCOhost (accessed April 4, 2010). , 44.
This article provides different cases of people with learning disabilities. It also states information about the criteria that is needed for a person to be diagnosed with a learning disability. It also shows how people with learning disabilities are affected in different situations as well as how they affect others. According to this article a learning disability is not diagnosed like a disease would because the learning disability is hidden until it is noticeable...