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People who self-identify as having nonverbal learning disorder are invited to submit stories to be a part of a zine.
via Call for submissions: stories about living with Nonverbal Learning Disorder — murky green waters
“Ten common neurobehavioral characteristics of NLD are described below, along with suggestions for teacher intervention which should be considered when developing an individualized educational plan for the student with NLD. The suggestions given are general and should always be adapted to the unique needs of the individual student in your care. ”
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Article courtesy of LD OnLine: The Educators’ Guide to Learning Disabilities and ADHD