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Both Suzanne and Jane have 1 child each that had a learning disability. The key we both found out, was to catch it early and do something about it.

We both lived in different areas, so things were done a little different.

There is somthing called EARLY INTERVENTION. This we have to say, was a God send. From this page you can click on either Suzanne's story and or Jane's story and see how each one of us dealt with these issues

Suzanne's Daughter 

Jane's Son

There are also some terms that may be helpful to you if you are dealing with this type of issue.

 

Click on the term to get a definition:

 

CSE (Committee for Special Education)

ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis)

APE (Adapted Physical Education)

ASL (American Sign Language)

BIP (Behavior Intervention Plan)

EIP (Early Intervention Program)

ESL (English as a Second Language)

ESY (Extended School Year)

FAPE (Free Appropriate Public Education)

FBA (Functional Behavioral Assessment)

IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act)

IEE (Independent Educational Evaluation)

IEP (Individualized Education Plan)

LRE (Least Restrictive Environment)

OT (Occupational Therapy)

PECS (Picture Exchange Communication System)

PLP (Present Level of Performance)

PT (Physical Therapy)

PWN (Prior Written Notice)

SLP (Speech-Language Pathologist)