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Supporting the Emotional Needs of Kids with Learning Disabilities

When a child is diagnosed with a learning disability, it’s not unusual to worry about the academic struggles that the child may be facing but what about the emotional struggles?

Rachel Ehmke, managing editor at the Child Mind Institute, has written a wonderfully insightful piece about how to support the emotional needs of kids with learning disabilities.

Children with learning disabilities often have anxiety, stress, sadness and low self-esteem. They need you and they need to know they are going to be okay. If you’re looking for signs that your child is struggling emotionally, then click on the above link for more information on the signs and what to do. 

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