With input from your child’s teacher, a behavioral health specialist can help pinpoint the problem if there is one. Remember that doctors and teachers see and deal with children constantly. If a child has learning disabilities it can be obvious to the therapist. What matters here is that parents need to be open to the possibility of a learning disability and be prepared to act, whether that means with therapy, special placement or even medication. If the problem is caught early on, your child can regain his or her confidence in school.
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