Relationship of Parents and Teachers in the Identification of Children with Suspected Learning Disabilities

Neyhus, Arthur I.; Neyhus, Miriam
June 1979
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Jun/Jul1979, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p26
Academic Journal
Studies whether delays in applying for psychoeducational evaluation result from the different ways the parents and teachers perceive children and from their inability to communicate with each other. Causes of delays; Need for teacher training programs to increase the understanding for students with special problems and needs; Importance of early identification and intervention in minimizing the effect of disabilities.


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