Students with LDs may experience frustrating writing difficulties, unable to write with the same ease as they can understand, think, and discuss.
Parents play a significant role in supporting children’s reading development. Use this list of tips at home to help improve your child’s reading skills.
Many students use assistive technology (AT) regularly in the classroom. As we turn to distance learning, is it important that parents are able to support the use of these tools in the home.
Webinar Recording: Assistive Technology & Distance Learning – Developing Skills with Accessible Tools During COVID-19
All too often, Assistive Technology (AT) is provided as a solution or accommodation to learning challenges. However, not often enough are students provided ample opportunity to become proficient with the tool before being expected to produce academic assignments.
In 2017, LDAO launched a website for parents: LD@home (www.LDatHome.ca)! LD@home is a free resource for parents of students with learning disabilities (LDs) from kindergarten to grade 8. Its goal is to help bridge the gap between school and home.