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Winter Activities & Being There for Your Child with Learning Disabilities

By February 24, 2013

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Winter weather is still in full swing in many parts of the country.  When it comes to seasons, winter definitely has its own charm, but can be a little too cold for your toddler to spend hours in. Not to fear, because the winter season is no reason to keep your toddler cooped up inside the house without having fun. Plopping your child in front of the television all day or handing your baby your iPad to keep him/her distracted is not a solution either. You want to keep your child active and happy which will be healthier for him/her. There are a variety of fun and creative activities for you and your toddler to do together while being indoors during winter and some shorter length activities you can do indoors or outdoors.

It's a stressful job being a parent to a learning disabled child. It can be draining on so many levels; emotionally, mentally and physically. But no matter how tough it can get, our children need our help to maximize their full potential. They need us to be there for them. Here are eight ways to be there for your learning disabled child.

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