The first most important thing to do is find your own support system. You might need the support of your other family members to help you get through the initial phase of sending your child to therapy. Choose some immediate family members to whom you will feel most comfortable sharing your child's situation with as of the moment. This support group will help you think clearly and take things objectively as before. Choose a mix of family member and a fe trusted friends who will be part of this circle.
You should also consider getting help from a therapist yourself. If you feel that the situation is just too much for you to bear, it wouldn't hurt to admit that you would need some psychological care yourself. At least this expert would help you cope with your situation. He might also be able to give you some pointers on how you can handle your child who is currently diagnosed with learning disabilities. Your therapist might also prescribe family therapy to help the entire family cope with the situation.
You can also join family support groups. Look for groups out there who also have special children in their family. Knowing that there are people out there like you who can understand how you feel helps you realize that you are not in this alone. You can also find solace in the events that center around learning disabilities which most of these family support groups organize. At least you will get to know more about the illness itself.
On your own, you should also do some research that can help both you and your child in coping with the learning disabilities. You can attend events organized by special education organizations and you can also look for research items yourself. There are plenty to find online and you will surely be able to find a set of research items that would fit your current situation.
It's never easy to cope with learning disabilities. It would take time for most parents to adjust especially if the child is their first born. But at the end of it all, there must be acceptance if the parents and the child's family would really want to help the latter get better. It's a good thing that these days, there are already plenty of ways to help children cope with their situation.