A special mother: getting through the early days of a child's diagnosis of learning disabilities and related disorders is by Anne Ford, a speaker and former chairman of the National Center for Learning Disabilities, in collaboration with playwright and novelist John-Richard Thompson. The book provides the tips and support that "Anne wishes she'd had years ago when she first received the news about her daughter and didn't know where to turn." She covers recognizing symptoms of a learning disorder, parents' rights, disputes with schools, and encouraging your child to overcome differences from their peers to make friends.
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