If your child is not making sufficient academic and social progress in school, you should consider that you might be witnessing the signs of a learning difference or disability. This does not mean that your child is slow or less intelligent than peers, your child’s brain might simply be “wired differently” for learning, and your child might need to be taught using strategies that make the most of his/her abilities. We at Walbridge School individualize instruction so that students learn using strategies that allow each student to make academic progress through their strengths.
The following list might help you look for a possible learning disability that affects your child. If you believe your child has some of the signs of a learning problem, please feel free to contact Walbridge School to discuss whether we might be able help your child become successful in school.Pre-School
Have you noticed that your child has, or had: