I couldn’t agree more. Every child learns differently and for some it’s harder than others. If these students are placed with the right team of teachers/instructors, the team will work together to find what teaching techniques work best for the child. This will make a huge difference on how far they will be able to go with their education. It’s so important these children get what they need in school. It can be very difficult to find because every school district is different. Some have different programs than others. As a Parent it is frustrating knowing your child should be getting more services than they are receiving. They deserve it.
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My son is ten years old and his pediatrician diagnosed him with PDD. (Pervasive Developmental Delay) He does not like to say he is fully Autistic. PDD is a form of Autism. His Autism is mild, but he does have learning disabilities. There are some areas in school that he struggles with, but he is progressing. He is so proud of himself and happy when he accomplishes something he once struggled with. My job is to get him all the help he needs and deserves, support him along the way, and most importantly keep him happy.