Post high school education can be challenging for students transitioning to college with learning disabilities, but for those with little or no transition planning or for students who have mild learning challenges that received no services in high school the transition to college can seem insurmountable. Concerns about self-care, class preparation, and social interactions are […]
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Recently the Museum of Science exhibited Leonardo da Vinci’s work. Recreations of his drawings were made into physical models. I was struck by his inventiveness and his ability to both write and sell his ideas. His communication strengths were obvious from his displayed writings convincing Ludovico Sforza of Milan to hire him to his elaborate […]
Twice gifted students with learning problems can go through their entire academic career struggling with school work, but unable to receive services.
Parents fear that their child’s language based learning disability will limit opportunities, but with additional supports like speech/language therapy this is not true.