specific learning disabilityKids with a specific learning disability can really bring out the best in everyone. You learn to look at life differently, appreciate even the small things you would once pass over and see joy in all sorts of places. Unfortunately you also as parents get to see discrimination, hurt, ignorance, apathy and pity.

Dealing with such a range of emotions can be really hard on parents of kids with a specific learning disability yet, so very often parents do not look for help for themselves. They only look for all the help they can get for their dearest child who has a special need or disability.

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I recently wrote something for parents of kids with a specific learning disability on squidoo. I had never used it before and although it was time consuming, I enjoyed it! Writing about something you care about is also therapeutic and sometimes just writing about difficulties-solutions will be found!

Anyway it addresses the following

  1. Understanding Parents Of kids with a specific learning disability
  2. What Does It Mean To Be A Parent Of A Special Needs Child?
  3. Help For Parents Of Children With Special Needs
  4. Best Advice For Parents Of Kids With Special Needs
  5. Words Of Inspiration For Parents Of kids with specific learning disability

I also did a poll on whether parents of special needs kids are just a bunch of whingers and moaners!

If you ever felt alone and felt like no one understands what you are going through, then have a look at this

http://www.squidoo.com/parents-of-special-needs

I hope you will take some comfort from it and know that you are not alone if you are a parent of a child with a specific learning disability

Being a parent of a child who happens to have a form of disability can be very isolating but it doesn’t have to be. There are so many parents going through what you are . They may live on the other side of the world to you and in a different time zone, you may share totally different lives with nothing in common other than the fact you both share a very precious and unique child who just happens to have a specific learning disability!

 

 

 

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