Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities, Inc.

Rating: 4.89 stars   84 reviews


38 Kings Highway North Westport CT 06880 USA


To educate, guide and inspire families of children with learning disabilities or adhd and to change the perception of learning disabilities as a stigmatizing condition. In 2014 the organization developed and launched a new website making extensive use of photos, graphics, video, and interactive features.


Smart kids with learning disabilities, inc. , (smart kids) provides information, guidance, and support to parents of children with learning disabilities by publishing newsletters, providing presentations and seminars, and maintaining a comprehensive, award-winning website.

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Rating: 5 stars  

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I've written profiles of individuals with learning disabilities for the newsletter published for Smart Kids with LD. As Executive Director, Jane Ross constantly has her eye out for how she might inspire both kids and their parents with real life stories, depicting their most discouraging failures overcome by an attitude of never giving up. These stories are about individuals as young as 8 years and as accomplished as a Pulitzer Prize winner. The moral is nearly always the same. No matter how ordinary or extraordinary that you are, you must find your passion and you will succeed. And success can be defined in so many different ways. Both parents and kids can find hope as well as expert resources via Kids with Learning Disabilities, Inc.

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