For the parents of children with learning disabilities, F.A.T. (frustration, anxiety, and tension) can be a harsh reality that's difficult to overcome. Now parents can get a better understanding of the obstacles faced by their children on a daily basis as host Richard Lavoie presents an illuminating 1987 workshop that aims to simulate the daily experiences of a child with a learning disability. With a focus on the trends and pressing issues in the field of learning disabilities, and the challenges faced by both parents and educators, Lavoie's workshop is a must for parents looking to get their learning disabled children the tools they need to learn at their own pace.
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