My daughter has a learning disability. What strategies can I use to help her through the writing process?

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My daughter has a learning disability. What strategies can I use to help her through the writing process?

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The following articles from LD OnLine have information about writing and learning disabilities:

Graphic organizers allow writers to collect their thoughts on paper or screen before starting the writing process. Using these organizers can reduce some of the stress and uncertainty involved in the writing process by providing a core structure that serves as a guideline.

Similarly, assistive technology can be a tremendously useful aid for students with LD. These articles have more information:

Consult with your daughter's teachers and ask for suggestions. They may have classroom strategies that you can adapt for use at home.

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