Mothers talk about learning disabilities: personal feelings, practical advice

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Prentice Hall Press, Mar 1, 1991 - Education - 157 pages
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Other books on this subject are written by teachers and therapists, but only Elizabeth Weiss brings to it the experience and understanding of a mother who has been there. Covering problems from mild dyslexia to severe learning disabilities, she offers informed, compassionate mother-to-mother guidance and inspiration.

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In this work, Weiss, the mother of two boys with learning disabilities, seeks to give mothers in similar circumstances encouragement, support, and everyday advice. To do so, she has spoken to dozens ... Read full review

Contents

I Have an LD Child
1
The Psychological Side
11
What Is a Learning Disability Anyway?
20
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