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Living with a Learning Disability, Revised Edition

by Barbara Cordoni

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0809316684, Paperback)

While the first edition was well received critically on its publication in 1987 and frequently reprinted, Barbara Cordoni now offers a new edition of Living with a Learning Disability revised in light of readers’ suggestions, which often began with the question, “How long have you been living in my house?” Countless people with learning disabilities and their families shared their experiences with Cordoni, who has made their pain, hope, and success part of her new book.

 

In the intensity of their efforts to address the specific learning disabilities of their children, parents and teachers can forget that people with learning disabilities must also learn daily living skills. L.D. people are often limited in their ability to acquire those behavioral and verbal skills that we all must learn and that we are rarely consciously taught. Drawing on decades of research, teaching, and the parenting of her L.D. son and daughter, Cordoni presents techniques, counsel, and case studies to guide counselors, teachers, and parents in their efforts to assist their L.D. person.

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