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First Step to Getting Your Child Help: A Diagnostic Assessment

First Step to Getting Your Child Help:
A Diagnostic Assessment

If your child is struggling with literacy learning, getting your child the right help should begin with a complete diagnostic assessment. Learn more about why this critical first step is so important.

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Evaluation: The Earlier the Better

Evaluation: The Earlier the Better

As a parent, you can learn more about testing and what to expect in a diagnostic evaluation for dyslexia or other language-learning disability and understand the evaluation process. Also, what can you expect in the diagnostic report and what are important follow-up questions?

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Pieces of a Comprehensive Dyslexia Evaluation

Pieces of a Comprehensive Dyslexia Evaluation

Do all you can to ensure an accurate diagnosis by becoming aware of the steps involved with diagnosing dyslexia and the different areas in which a person must be tested. Disclosing a complete case history is very important to both the diagnosis and getting helpful recommendations.

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Pieces of a Comprehensive Dyslexia Evaluation
Diagnosing Dyslexia

Diagnosing Dyslexia

Become familiar with the diagnostic tests available and the components of a diagnostic evaluation for dyslexia. Learn to identify some indicators of dyslexia at different ages and what areas to evaluate in order to make a diagnosis.

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Success Story: Whoopi Goldberg

Whoopi Goldberg

Actress, Comedian, Author, Television Host, Activist

Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony Award winner Whoopi Goldberg struggled with negative labels as a child because of her disability. She dropped out of school at 17 and finally learned as an adult that her troubles with reading and writing were because of dyslexia.

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Early Reading Matters

Early Reading Matters

New research suggests that reading books with a child beginning in early infancy can have lasting effects on language, literacy, and early reading skills.

Ideament App

Ideament App

Ideament (formerly Idea Sketch) can be used to brainstorm new ideas, illustrate concepts, make lists, plan presentations and so much more. Copy and import from email, documents, or web pages and share using email, the cloud, or direct to the Photo app or Facebook.