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learning diability in adults
December 21, 2000
1:48 pm
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I have trying to find professional help to help understand my problem with learning and i have been hitting the wall. My insurance company gives me name of doctors who specialist in this field and when i call them they have nothing to do my problem and they are giving other names of doctors who are not covered by insurance company. I work in a high tech field making good money. If i am to fet anywhere i have to keep taking tests for my mfg certifications anybody out there with a suggestions

December 21, 2000
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I am an LD(learing disabled) adult. I feel the stigma of trying, & trying, & trying. But, Not getting anywere. her is what I have to say, Seek of the Equal opurtunity comision, or a local disabilities orginazation dedicated to helping disabled people. Congress passed a law, the A.D.A (Americans with Disabilities Act) witch is designed to help. Any one with a disability witch impairs a MAJOR LIFE FUNCTION (I.E. walking, driving, seeing, LEARING) are intitled to a REASIONABLE ACOMUDATION.

I am willing to gues, you did not do well in school? In that situation, you may have had a tutior. For the tests you will be taking, ask a local college, university, or Community College to araing a tutor. Or, a Disabilites advocate organization.

I am creating an e-mail address at Yahoo.com if you s hould desire to converse directily, That way you see, I can have some information sent directly to your house/work/P.O. box. The address is as followes

[email protected]

Please beleave me, there is help. Good luck and remember the ADA

December 22, 2000
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Thanks for responding. I found Learning Disability Association (LDA) on the web site. They are sending me literature on this subject and also they have office near my house and I will give them a visit. Also Mass General Hospital in Boston is also sending me some questionaire to fill out and they will suggest some tests.
I will keep you guys updated

December 22, 2000
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moredata, check also for dyslexia. Perhaps reading and spelling is the bigger problem than learning? There are special centers for that, too, but I don't know how things are organized in the US.

December 22, 2000
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wonderful, I'm happy that you've connected to some people. Through us and the people at the LDA you can build a good support network.

congratulations

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