Did the school outright deny testing your child when you requested it? If so, you should have received a record of their reason in writing.
Schools usually perform LD tests when parents make a request. If the school did test and did not find a discrepancy between IQ and performance, you also should have received the results in writing from these.
If your student was found ineligible, you could have challenged that finding. It seems as if you are beyond that step already.
It will depend on whether the school followed protocols. But you may want to look at NICHCY for further information.
Yes, his parents were cousins. This was the reason for his learning disability. I don't know who changed the answer but they were wrong.
I don't think she can get her residency quite easily, since they are parents are illegal..Better you check with your attorney may be they can guide you to get the same.Since, she has the learning disability, they might consider as well..Lets Hope for the best...
I think I have asthma how do I tell my parents
Freak has Morquio Syndrome and your parents (both) have to pass it down. Max has a learning disability and you get that when an unknown factor or factors affect your brain, I think at birth.
Your parents should already know. The only way to truly know if you have a mental illness is to be diagnosed by a doctor, and if you are underage, your parents will be told. If you have diagnosed yourself, it isn't accurate and you could easily be wrong.
Dyslexia is a disability that can occur in persons of every age. Once you have it, it often means that you have trouble learning and you and others like parents and teachers should give you a little bit more attention. It is not over after puberty. Most schools have special programs for students with a learning disability. It does of course not mean you're less intelligent, you just have trouble reading and remembering.
it cant because it is a thing you get from your parents
By learning your grammar.
Social security disability or a different type of disability insurance? For SSDI, children of divorced parents are still eligible for benefits regardless of whether the child lives with the parent receiving Social Security benefits or the parents remarry.
Parents need to know what their children are learning, who they are learning from and the different people who are around their children daily.
The income that the 14 year child earns is the child's income and would not be reported as income on the parents income tax return.
how old are you and are you living with him?
To buy airsoft,you have to be over 18,or have a parent or guardian buy it for you.To play you can be whatever age if your playing privatly,but it you go to say a sponsored feild,you must first sign a waiver from your parents.
because parents know their child best. sharing information with parent is most important to achieve child's learning target. parents can help their child's learning development.
Your parents disability will have no effect on your ability to get licensed to drive. You can get a licence at the same age as anyone else in Texas.
The check is to pay for the extra stuff you need due to your disability. It goes to the minor's parents since they are the one's supporting you and paying for everything. So when you are an adult it goes to you.
There is the Association of Parents with Disabled Children (APDC). This association works with VSO. Of course, there are volunteers helping the parents. They teach the parents things about their child's disability.
YES - if you can document that your support is 50% or greater of the parents disability check
Social Security disability is a Federal program.
The payee for disability payments to a disabled child can include the following:The child's parent(s)Any foster parentsAny facility taking care of the child
Who spends a child's disability money should be part of the divorce or custody agreement. You can ask to amend the agreement.