Does your child suffer from learning difficulties associated with their dyslexia? Are you wondering what the best approach to ensuring your teen gets a good education? An individual education plan (IEP) dyslexia can be a really beneficial way to help get your teen up to speed. Teens with dyslexia have their own unique challenges that [...]
Learning disabilities are a big problem for our youth and not just for them, but also for the entire nation and our economy. Over 10 million teens have some form of learning disability, which is something that can develop into a bigger problem if not solved early. Plus, a learning disability does not only affects a teenager and his grades at school; it can also lead to an increasing number of substance abuse, criminal behavior, joblessness and several other society issues. In the end that costs money all of us, but we need to give money in order to save money and to help those children. An average education cost per year for a child with learning disability is $10,000. That is much smaller than what an adult with learning disability costs the state.