You will find proven research, practical strategies, and suggested resources to support you in your treatment of individuals with learning disabilities (LD).
- The Role of Parenting for the Adjustment of Children With and Without Learning Disabilities: A Person-Oriented Approach
A person-oriented approach was used to examine the role of parenting in the associations between single learning disabilities and multiple learning disabilities and the adjustment difficulties in 8—11 year olds.
Information About Learning Disabilities
- A Booklet for Pediatricians on Learning Disabilities and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
- Learning Disabilities: A Brochure for Psychologists
- An Overview of Learning Disabilities: A Psychological Perspective (Available on the LDW® Members' Site)
Information About Disabilities and the Environment
Must Have Resources
- Environmental Hazards and Learning Disabilities
A CD for parents, medical professionals and all those concerned with environmental hazards and the possible risk of learning disabilities.
- The Pediatrician and the Child with Learning Disabilities
Pediatric primary care providers are often confronted with children whose school performance is disappointing. Could it be a learning disability? This audio CD ROM brings three perspectives to this important question.
- Learning Disabilities: A Contemporary Journal (LDCJ)
LDCJ is a peer-reviewed forum for research, practice, and opinion regarding learning disabilities (LD) and associated disorders. The mission of the journal is to provide the most up-to-date, accurate information on diagnosis, management and intervention. The journal intends to support, inform and challenge researchers, practitioners and individuals who have, or care for those who have, learning disabilities. The selections of the journal will be of particular interest to those involved in academia, medicine, education, psychology and related fields.