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Keiki with learning disabilities do best if detected early

By Michael Moore

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jun 26, 2014

~~<p>As families throughout our communities celebrate graduations ranging from preschool to high school and turn their thoughts toward summer activities, preparing thousands of school-age keiki with, or at risk for, disabilities for school must remain a priority for parents.</p>
<p>About 19,000 students in Hawaii have disabilities, with thousands more at risk for disabilities that may affect their ability to learn. Early detection and intervention can bring life-changing results for families.</p>
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As families throughout our communities celebrate graduations ranging from preschool to high school and turn their thoughts toward summer activities, preparing thousands of school-age keiki with, or at risk for, disabilities for school must remain a priority for parents.

About 19,000 students in Hawaii have disabilities, with thousands more at risk for disabilities that may affect their ability to learn. Early detection and intervention can bring life-changing results for families. Login for more...



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