Parents can help their kids with dyslexia by getting personalized training and help. Under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, children receive free education appropriate to their needs. Although the laws are in place, there needs to be more awareness among schools and communities. It is important for parents to champion their kids so that they can receive the appropriate resources. However, don't become an annoying parent, remember to keep communication between you and the school open.

5 Tips for Advocating for a Child with Dyslexia

Many parents of children with special needs say they feel so much stress because they are their child’s caregiver, IEP case manager, tutor, advocate and lawyer, all wrapped into one

Key Takeaways:

Federal law guarantees students with dyslexia a free education at school.
Parents of kids with dyslexia are tired because of constantly trying to help their children.
It is important not to be one dimensional when it comes to taking care of your child.

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