Children with output learning disabilities benefit from an individual treatment program that is tailored to their specific condition. Once diagnosed, infants and toddlers should begin early intervention programs that range from education for parents to physical therapy. School-age children may need to be evaluated and enrolled in special education classes. Qualifying students will receive an individual education plan (IEP) that will outline the support needed to help them achieve the greatest success in the classroom.
During high school, many students with learning disorders can participate in creating an IEP transition plan. This plan outlines how the student expects to transition from school to the community.