Does your child have learning and attention issues such as dyslexia, ADHD, auditory processing disorder or problems with executive function? You’re not alone—here on LD.org we represent a community of 60 million people. Share this video with friends and loved ones whose children or students are struggling with LD or related issues.
A mom found herself struggling to help her three children—all of whom have learning disabilities. She left this comment on our website:
“I often feel that it is a lonely and difficult road.”
Her words have been echoed by countless other parents of children with LD. They feel isolated in their efforts to support their kids. We know what you are going through…and we want you to know that you are not alone.
October is LD Awareness Month, and we’ve created a new video dedicated to you—to all parents of children with learning and attention issues. Please take a moment to watch it.
Click this link to view video: You Are Not Alone
An annual survey of PRC activities is conducted by the Center for Family Involvement at the Partnership for People with Disabilities at VCU and VDOE.
Virginia Parent Resource Center 2012-2013 Data Report
BACK TO SCHOOL
What Works Clearinghouse™
As summer winds down and the classroom heats up, turn to practice guides
from the What Works Clearinghouse™ (WWC) for practical back-to-school teaching tips.
The new 2013-2014 VDOE Special Education Parent Survey is now available.
Click on the document for details and the link to submit your survey answers.
Parents and School Staff:
The PRC has a wealth of information and resources that can be used. If you have a particular need, contact us for help.