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If your child is handicapped

William Clement Kvaraceus

If your child is handicapped

by William Clement Kvaraceus

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Published by Sargent in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Children with disabilities -- Biography.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] William C. Kvaraceus [and] E. Nelson Hayes.
    GenreBiography.
    ContributionsHayes, E. Nelson 1920- joint comp.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ784.H3 K9
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 413 p.
    Number of Pages413
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5632936M
    LC Control Number68059137

      Your child has challenges and weak points—and also strong points and lovable quirks. Look at your child and remind yourself of all the things you are grateful for, and all the reasons your child is easy to love. Parenting a disabled child is not easy (parenting never is), but any parent would tell you that they would never replace their child.   When your child with learning differences start to wonder and compare themselves to their cohort, this is the best time to start the conversation about how they are different, what those.

    Kids, especially young ones, are naturally curious, so when they see someone with a disability, their first instinct is to ask about it. If you see your child staring at someone with a disability, take the lead and start a conversation, but avoid a detailed explanation or a lot of emotion when explaining it. If this sounds similar to what your child is going through, it might be because she has reading disability. Learning to read is, in itself, a complex process involving visual and auditory skills. The child needs to understand basic alphabet principles, have phonological awareness and .

    If your child qualifies for child’s benefits under SSDI, she can get benefit payments up to one-half of your disability benefit. Social Security sets a limit on how much money it will pay to your family, but the monthly payment can fall between and percent of your full benefit amount. If your child is approved for disability benefits, the SSA will revaluate your child at age Although most children will keep their benefits into adulthood, around 30% of children are denied benefits after turning 18 because the medical eligibility is stricter. Qualifying Without Meeting a Medical Listing.


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