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B K Shapiro; R P Gallico (Profiled Author: Bruce Shapiro)
Kennedy Krieger Institute, Baltimore, Maryland.
Pediatric clinics of North America 1993;40(3):491-505.
Although the major manifestations of learning disabilities are expressed in the classroom, the pediatrician has several important roles to play. Identification may be achieved in the early school years by systematic observation of the child's neurodevelopment and school progress. Confirmation of the diagnosis is the most commonly assumed role. Interpretation and explanation of learning disabilities to the parents and child follow. The goals of treatment of learning disabilities are achievement of academic competence, treatment of associated deficits, and prevention of adverse mental health outcomes. The long-term relationship between the family and pediatrician facilitates the performance of longitudinal monitoring to ensure that the program is accomplishing its goals and that outcome is optimal.
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