3. Diagnostic assessments, interviews with individuals who are familiar with the student (e.g., parents, teachers, counselors, therapists, and tutors) or conducting action research can be helpfulin knowing the reading difficulties of the students
13. Assistive technology has the potential to enhance the quality of life for students with learning disabilities by providing them with a means to compensate for their difficulties, and highlight their abilities
Kristin Stanberry and Lee Swanson.What the Science Says: Effective Reading Interventions for Kids with Learning Disabilities.January 18, 2008. Great Schools. March 24, 2008.