Forum: Learning Disabilities and Special Education
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I have two kids that I am sure have LD and one that I think may have a LD. I think sometimes that makes it harder on me because I think people start to think you are the problem when you have several kids with learning issues. But I know from my family history that it does run in families so it is quite possible.
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Actually, my daughter's twin brother also had problems in his elementary years, but he finally caught up by the end of 5th grade. I do believe he is slightly dyslexic and has learned cues to cope, he still has to think about "b's" and "d's" sometimes. I will watch him do little clues he was taught when he writes them and he's going into the 7th grade. My 42 year old brother does the same thing.
I am somewhat dyslexic with numbers, I really have to watch dialing phones and writing down numbers. As is also my brother. I have a niece and a nephew from 2 different siblings that are dyslexic (and not from my dyslexic brother). And I believe that my late father was also.