Learning Re-Enabled

A Practical Guide to Helping Children with Learning Disabilities

By

  • Susan Orloff, OTR/L, Executive Director, Children's Special Services; LD OT Services for Chldren

Learning Re-enabled is designed to help therapists, teachers, and parents understand the learning disabled child. The author, through extensive professional experience and a special devotion to learning disabled children, developed this book to be a resource for professionals and parents as they sort out the best possible learning plan for the child who learns differently. This book takes the approach that no two children are the same and that one needs to decipher both the child's overt and covert behaviors to make informed choices about appropriate learning strategies.
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Book information

  • Published: April 2004
  • Imprint: MOSBY
  • ISBN: 978-0-323-09235-7


Table of Contents

1. Learning Disability in Plain English
2. What is Memory?
3. How We Learn
4. Piaget’s Theories Simplified
5. Guidelines for Parents
6. Guidelines for Teachers
7. Occupational Therapy in Action
8. Student Writing Samples
Appendix and Resources
Function-Based Glossary
What does Uncle Sam say about all of this?
Section 504 Accommodation Plan
Section 504 Parent Rights
Classroom and Facility Accommodations