If you think your child may have a learning disability, it is important to communicate this with your school. Make sure to put your concern in writing, such as an
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Research shows that people with pets have decreased blood pressure, lower blood pressure levels, increased happiness, and increased opportunities for exercise and socialization(1).
Animal-assisted therapy, a field that uses animals, like dogs, to help individuals recover from or cope with health problems, is gaining public interest in health care.
Therapy dogs have also been a source of comfort for those suffering from illnesses and disabilities. They have helped out at schools, hospitals, disaster sites, providing support to people with learning difficulties and developmental disabilities.
Even simple activities, such as positively interacting with a dog, petting, and engaging in fun activities like doga (yoga sessions with dogs), can be beneficial for both humans and animals.
The CDC has created 2 sets of narrated PowerPoints giving information on developmental milestones. There are 10 PowerPoints in English and another set of 10 in Spanish – one for