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This book is a practitioner's guide to presenting various compensatory learning strategies to adult students with learning disabilities. The introductory chapter defines key terminology related to adult learners, learning disabilities, and compensatory strategies; learning and learning-disabled adults; and the principles of adult learning.Cited by: 11. Recent research has provided fascinating examples of the problems faced by high ability students with learning disabilities, as well as the compensation strategies they used to address and overcome the challenges associated with specific learning disabilities (Reis, McGuire, & Neu, 2000; Ruban, McCoach, McGuire, & Reis, in press).Author: Siamak Vahidi.

Compensation strategies used by high-ability students with learning disabilities who succeed in college This article examines students who are gifted but also have learning disabilities. It focuses mainly on the college student, but emphasizes the importance of learning compensation strategies at an early age in order to overcome, to an extent. This Strategy describes the vision, aims and outcomes for the Adult Learning Disability Service on the Isle of Man. It sets out how Adult Services will deliver services for people with a learning disability on the Island, in accordance with the expectations of the 2009 Valuing People Now Strategy (2).

Click here to access the article Learning Disabilities and Mental Health. Click here to access the expert answer to the question How can educators support student mental health and well-being for long-term success? Click here to access the recording of the webinar Adolescent Stress, Coping Strategies and Learning Disabilities. Statement on Policy and Practice for Adults with a Learning Disability (2007). Learning Disability Strategy – Section 7 Guidance on Service Principles and Service Responses (2004). Fulfilling the Promises – Proposals for a Framework for Services for People with Learning Disabilities (2001).