Yes ,as one of the respondents has said,it is better to start by defining learning disability and distinguish one disability from another .That done,we are not yet fully equipped to answer the question because there is no single way of tackling a learning disability the neurological basis of which is not yet fully understood.We plod along as it is suggested to us by experts drawn from different fields.As one who has a son with a learning disability I understand the frustration of the parents of such children .We only hope to find some solution some time in life and in the meantime do the best we could do. We live from day to day ,all the while hoping for some miracle to happen-something like a sudden burst of mental growth but such things happen alright but not as fast as we want them to.