Posts Tagged ‘dyslexia’

The Need for Careful Language Choice

Posted on March 12th, 2018 by ProCare Therapy

language choice

Over the years we have worried about being politically correct when talking about people who are different. These may be students who have differences in academic ability, mental health, sexual identity, addiction, disabilities, and more. The reality is that adults who work in schools need to select words carefully. The language which we use impacts students more than we realize.

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“So, you’re illiterate?”- Understanding dyslexia in modern America

Posted on July 11th, 2017 by ProCare Therapy

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Dyslexia is the most common learning disability in the U.S.; it’s estimated that one in five Americans are affected by it. While 20 years ago educational provisions for the reading disorder were virtually nonexistent, the government now spends around $11 billion annually to help support school children with dyslexia (and other disorders).

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Are Schools Doing Enough for Special Needs Students?

Posted on February 6th, 2017 by ProCare Therapy

special needs students

When working with special needs students, it is important to be in communication with their families. Together you make up a team who will work on making sure the individual child has the resources that they need to be successful in school and beyond. Of course, it is not always this simple. The problem stems from one question. How does one determine what is the proper amount of support for a student with special needs?

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