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Differential diagnosis is a difficult issue in gifted kids.

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In Siblings of Twice-Exceptional Children, I make some suggestions for dealing with these issues.

There are important emotional aspects to learning disabilities that are often neglected.

In Understanding Children's Hearts and Minds: Emotional Functioning and Learning Disabilities Jean Cheng Gorman this important connection. It May Be Hard To Tell by Susan Winebrenner discusses the difficulties of getting schools to address twice-exceptional children's strengths as well as their weaknesses.

The ERIC Clearinghouse on Disabilities and Gifted Education has a page of links to information on gifted education/dual exceptionalities, including an excellent FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions list) Digest E574 is the article Dual Exceptionalities by Colleen Willard-Holt.

It is also available as a website (but may take a long time to load) at a shorter "Glossary and Guide to Acronyms" (also in PDF) by Leslie Packer, Ph.

D., at along with a guide to medications at - The Building is the Web site of New Horizons for Learning, an international education network focused on identifying, communicating, and helping to implement effective teaching and learning strategies. To do further research on your own, the National Library of Medicine has a free search engine for journal articles that you can use, called Pub Med.Searching Pub Med will get you citations and abstracts (if they are available for the article), and you can then order the full article if you wish. I belong to a parent support group for children with learning disabilities and ADHD, one of the largest Internet listserv groups for parent support for these disabilities.If this describes a child you know, read Motivation Problem or Hidden Disability?Pain, Waste, and the Hope for a Better Future...: "Invisible Disabilities" in the Educational System by Margi Nowak If Gifted = Asynchronous Development, then Gifted/Special Needs = Asynchrony Squared by Lee Singer It can be difficult for siblings of special needs children to understand that parents are not favoring the special needs child, that he or she truly has severe learning issues, yet at the same time to know that we empathize with their frustrations. Hello Friend/Ennis William Cosby Foundation works to help people with dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities.

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