3 Tips for Managing a Learning Disability in Adulthood

Support from schools can improve elementary and secondary students’ math, reading, and other language skills. But how can people with learning disabilities prepare for the demands of university or working life?

Dr. Brett Miller directs the Reading, Writing, and Related Learning Disabilities Program within NICHD’s Child Development and Behavior Branch. In the video series below, he talks about tools, tips, and approaches that can help people manage their learning disabilities as adults.

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