Learning Disabilities


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The Men’s Suit - Suit Jacket Fit

The jacket on a men’s tailored suits will have its waist button just below the wearer’s actual waist, in order for it to be considered as being a proper fit. Additionally, it would have sleeves that leave room for a minimum of 1” of the wearer’s shirt cuff to be visible. An easy way of determining whether a jacket is long enough is to curl one’s fingers at the second knuckle around the bottom of the jacket. If the jacket’s hem just reaches where the fingers join the hand, it is a proper fit. However, if the hem touches the curled fingers or bunches up, the jacket is too long.

ADHD- Tips for teachers

A guide to recognize children with ADHD and how help cope with this problem

It is very important for high school students with learning differences who are going to begin their college life, to ask the right questions to the disability service office in order to ensure the "best fit".

Understanding A Learning Disability

A learning disability can best be understood as a permanent problem which affects a person with average to above average intelligence, in the way that the person receives, stores, and processes information.

Ways to Teach Auditory Learners

The best way to teach auditory learners is through hearing information. Another important element that help in learning is verbalizing. However, don't be shocked if your child starts reading aloud.

What is Remediation?

What is Remediation?

Motivating an Autistic Child

Motivating an Autistic Child

10 Tips for Parents and Teachers of Learning Disabled Kids

What is a Teen With Aspergers Syndrome Like

Repetition and Praise

Repetition and Praise

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