Parents who suspect or know their children have disabilities often make critical mistakes when seeking help from schools. You can avoid these mistakes. Reading and Learning Disabilities: Five Ways to Help Your Child explains how. It explains what to do. Although it focuses on reading disabilities—the most common of all learning disabilities and one that plagues and demoralizes children with all types of disabilities—you can use the five ways to successfully advocate for children with many other disabilities, such as ADD, autism, dyscalculia, social difficulties, and language disorders. By following the five ways, you may well save your family a great deal of grief and get your child the program and services needed to succeed. The 32 pages in Five Ways can help you and your child’s school. It’s a practical book, written by nationally recognized, highly experienced experts in advocacy, psychology, school-parent relationships, reading disabilities, and special education.