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Alternative Therapies for LD

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Posted 29 August 2007 - 04:17 PM

I am a special educator researching associations who offer programs that remediate learning disorders. My goal is to become certified in one of these programs and then go into private practice. My dilemma is that there are so many programs out there; I am not sure which one to choose from. Some, I am currently considering are The National Institute for Learning Development, The National Association for Child Development, the Handle Institute, The Dore Program, and PACE.

I am wondering if anyone knows someone who specializes in working with individuals with learning problems, who would be familiar with these programs. Would greatly appreciate a reply! I am trying to make an informed career decision, which will allow me to offer the best services possible.

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