Adult Learning Disabilities

AdultsThe impact of learning disabilities is lifelong. The issues that made school work so challenging as a child crop up again in the workplace and even in our homes. Paper work and reports at work; keeping up with bills and – back to school again! – helping our children with their homework can be a struggle. 

Whether you grew up knowing you had a learning disability and received special education services, or you have struggled with learning difficulties without ever knowing exactly what your problems were, you are probably now in command of a number of techniques that make life easier. Over the years, you have figured out ways to get and keep track of the information you need, and developed systems for helping you get and stay organized. 

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Finding a Fit


The world for children with learning disabilities is changing and the news is all good! The American with Disabilities Act has made it possible for kids with learning disabilities ...



Cutting the Cord

Cutting rope

So I awoke to an empty house this morning. My 32-year-old baby is on his own, at least I think he is. When my husband passed away, there was no question that life had to change.