Accomodating children with dyslexia
The law requires schools to set up special learning plans, called Individualized Education Plans (IEPs), for kids with learning disorders like dyslexia.
An IEP describes your child's needs and how the school will help meet them.
Sandie is a speech-language pathologist with more than 30 years of experience in the private practice sector.
She is Visiting Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences & Disorders at University of North Carolina Greensboro, and founder/owner of the Language & Learning Clinic, PLLC, a private practice in Elkin, NC, and Greensboro, NC, specializing in communication disorders, including disorders of reading and written language.
They also tend to have extreme difficulty with reading, decoding, writing, and spelling, despite being otherwise intelligent and academically successful.Once you have a firm diagnosis, you can work with your child's doctor, teacher, and educational specialists to create a learning plan.