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Parent Resources on Learning Disabilities

Please look over our Parent Resources on Learning Disabilities. Because we have informational resources on Learning Disabilities and Myths / Facts about Dyslexia. Because we have informational pages for Our School Calendar and Supply List.

Please click over to look at our pages on informational resources on Learning Disabilities and Myths / Facts about Dyslexia.

We also have informational pages on the Bainbridge Academy School Calendar and School Supply List.

Resource Books For Dyslexia

Because of your interest in Dyslexia. Then look through these Resource Books. Since these books are very helpful in that they provide foundational information on Dyslexia. Because if you are a parent of a child with Dyslexia, or an adult with Dyslexia, it is important to actively seek out information and knowledge. It is important to be proactive and seek out resources and to do independent learning.

Basic Facts About Dyslexia and Other Reading Problems by Moats and Dakin

Not Stupid, Not Lazy, Understanding Dyslexia and Other Learning Disabilities by Linda Siegel

Seeing What Others Cannot See: The Hidden Advantage of Visual Thinkers and Differently Wired Brains by Thomas G. West

Dyslexia Explained by Nessy [It is available as an e-book]

Dyslexia Wonders: Understand the Daily Life of a Dyslexic From a Child’s Point of View: by Jennifer Smith

Resource Books For Sensory Processing Disorders

Because of your interest in Resources For Child Development for Sensory Processing Disorders. Then look at these very helpful resource books. Because if you are a parent of a child with SPD, or an adult with SPD, it is important to actively seek out information and knowledge. Also it is important to be proactive and seek out resources and to do independent learning. These books provide you with foundational information on Sensory Processing Disorders.

Engaging Autism by Stanley I. Greenspan and Serena Weider

Growing An In Sync Child by Carol Kranowitz and Joyce Neuman

NeuroTribes, The Legacy Of Autism by Steve Silberman

Respecting Autism by Stanley I. Greenspan and Gail Tippy

Sensory Integration and the Child, 25th Anniversary Edition by A. Jean Ayres

The Out Of Sync Child by Carol Kranowitz