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Name: beckywarnes | Date: Sep 8th, 2009 12:18 PM
u are nice and lovely people 

Name: Sarah Prechter | Date: Dec 8th, 2009 7:06 AM
Joanne, just to let you know I have learning disabilities of my own and I know and feel what your daughter is going trough. People looking at me and talking behind my back and I was also beaten up to. What I would do is talk to you daughter about her disabilities and make sure she is understanding what you are saying. Then once she has an understanding then Maybe you could go to class with your daughter and you can talk to her teacher about her disabilities so that her teacher is well awear of what is wrong with your daoughter and she is going to need some extra help with her studies to, 

Name: Kimmy | Date: Dec 20th, 2009 11:37 PM
I was in special ed classes all my life. My advice to you is to be with her every step of the way! I tell you what if it wasn't for God letting my mom be my mom. I don't know where I would be! Now, you might get kids who will make fun of her but then you might not. I didn't have much of that problem in school or maybe I didn't see it go on. If she feels like guys won't like her because of this tell her it isn't true! Another thing is DO NOT BELIEVE what the school says what she will and will not be able to achieve. I was told I would never to bounce a check book or go to college. Lets just say I dropped out of school, got my GED, I can bounce a check book, and I am now going to college for TV productions. Hope this helps 

Name: patrick | Date: Jan 18th, 2010 7:08 PM
don't tolerate it for a minute. go straight to the school administration with specifics & names. insist that they try to protect your child (and her esteem). if there is fall-out after intervention, go back again. your child should know that to be labeled learning disable, you must have a normal IQ! always build her up!!! she is special, unique and a blessing to those who really know her. 

Name: hillm1 | Date: Jan 31st, 2010 2:19 PM
Hi i have a 7 yrs old daughter who has epilepsey and learning difficulties. Her epilespey is well controlled. I would like some advice please on how to overcome the emotions all this brings., i feel isolated at times and very down. I am a single mother and have had no other mums to ralk to regarding Macy's problems


Name: hillm1 | Date: Jan 31st, 2010 2:48 PM
Hi its Macy mum again pls feel free to email me with advice too please!! [email protected]

Thankyou everyone 

Name: hillm1 | Date: Jan 31st, 2010 2:56 PM
Hi Joanne my daughter Macy goes to a special needs school. Have you had the choice to choose where your daughter goes? Macy is so happy and loves her class. It is a school with Infants one end and Primary other end and Macy section has 4 classes and is in the middle of the other two schools. I know a mum who sent her child to a mainstream school and she was so unhappy there because she felt the children were alot better than her and with school trips she was not allowed to go because she was still in pull ups. Macy participates in everything and also joins mainstream class twice a week. Because the primary school children in mainstream are familiar with children with disabilities and see them everyday they are so lovely with them all. Yhink when children arnt familiar with children with difficulties they can cometimes be cruel. Macy loves her school and to send her to a special needs school has been the best decision i could have made.

Hope this helps 

Name: robyn | Date: Apr 30th, 2010 4:26 AM
my daughter is learning slower than other kids and has trouble reading and just understanding. I want to know where to test my child to be diagnosed. I want the best for her because I see her getting frustrated that she can't express herself. Please help me lead me in the right direction 

Name: Megan | Date: Dec 23rd, 2010 3:30 AM
I am 25 years old and I had to deal with my learning disability that I have.Yes I had to deal with people making fun of me because of my LD but another reason was because of my speech but I got better with it.I just told myself that I wasn't going to take the bullying anymore and fight back with everything I had in me.I wish I knew about this website so I could talk to other LD people so I didn't feel like I was by myself. But now I know that is true anymore I am not by myself there are others. 

Name: matthew | Date: Jul 13th, 2011 10:12 PM
hello matthew 

Name: matthew | Date: Jul 13th, 2011 10:13 PM

Name: Keisha | Date: May 10th, 2012 1:48 PM
My son is four and he has been diagnosed with moderate learning difficulities. He has a very short attention span and does not follow instructions, he takes terrible tantrums when we are out for the day and this is very stressful as everyone just looks at him like a spoilt brat. Anybody know any methods of discipline i could use that may actually work??? #STRESSEDOUTPARENT :( 

Name: brett | Date: Sep 2nd, 2012 11:32 PM
i uesd to be with low self esteem but i have good day with my self esteem and my bad day with my self esteem i read couple of self help book now i view my learning disablity as a gift it's mean i have to work little hard but if somthing u reallly u wanted than wrorth working hard for. people at have everything come easy for them don't appceriate what they done or have. 

Name: adam steppings | Date: Jan 28th, 2013 11:34 PM
My name is adam steppings i am from london 

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