If you're a mom going back to school with a learning disability, you are trying to balance the demands of raising your family while holding a part or full time course schedule. Despite the challenges, you can easily find a balance between your domestic and academic life by remaining disciplined. Keeping your motivation high tops the list of things you need to do in order to excel in the classroom as a busy mom with a learning disability. Check out this motivational article with links to great resources to help adult learners with LDs.
People who lack the physical ability to communicate but have the cognitive skills necessary to do so often have tremendous frustration in their lives. Unable to express their thoughts, feelings, and preferences, they need assistive technology assessments and augmentative communication devices to interact with others. Even with these devices, however, communication can be a painstakingly slow process. Learn about new eye-gaze technology that is improving lives for people with communication disabilities.