Middle school and high school students frequently struggle with one or more classes during their school career. When should you be concerned that there may be an undiagnosed learning disability to be addressed? What are the signs to look for, and to whom can you go to for help? Join guest host Beth Samuelson, MA, of Student Organizational Services to find out more about earning disabilities, how to get your child assessed, and where to go for help. This episode is a part of our special series, Your Teen Matters. Our guests experts:
• Dr. Cynthia Peterson, PhD, is a pediatric neuropsychologist who has worked in the Bay Area for nearly 15 years.
• Cheryl Theis is an education advocate at the Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund (DREDF), and a parent of five, including two with disabilities.
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