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How do I manage my child's output learning disability on a daily basis?

As the parent of a child with an output learning disability (LD), you will need to offer support and encouragement. Learn as much as possible about your child's output learning disorder and stay in contact with your child's teachers, therapists, and doctors. Become involved in your child's learning and recognize areas where your child shows progress and talent. Encourage them to develop these areas. Ensure that your child received adequate nutrition, rest, and playtime.
You will need to follow the recommendations of special education teachers, doctors, and therapists to help create positive learning environments for you child. You will also need to help hold your child accountable for the strategies they are taught.

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