More than two-thirds of parents think specific signs of learning disabilities* are something a 2-to-4 year-old will “grow out of” and are therefore more likely to delay seeking professional help, according to poll results released this week. At the same time, 78 percent of respondents recognize that early intervention is important.
These were two key findings in a poll released by the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation and GfK Roper earlier this week. The 1,000 poll respondents include members of the public, parents, teachers and school administrators.
Read more here: Identifying and Addressing Learning Disabilities in Preschoolers | NewAmerica.net.
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