'Information is key': How to help your child who has a learning disability

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"It's frustrating for both the parent and child because you are not aware what it means as you have never had an issue as a child." Photo: Getty Images
"It's frustrating for both the parent and child because you are not aware what it means as you have never had an issue as a child." Photo: Getty Images

Is your child struggling at school? Could they have a learning disability?

Find out more here from Ziyanda Nkosi, whose child has a learning disability, as she shares her journey from being a frustrated mother to accepting and finding help for her son.

We also speak to psychologist Ayanda Simelane for more information about how to help your child. 

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