Susan J. Schwartz, M.A.Ed., is the senior director of the Learning and Diagnostics Center at the Child Mind Institute (childmind.org). She previously served as clinical coordinator of the Institute for Learning and Academic Achievement, New York University Child Study Center, in New York City.
About Learning Disabilities: What's an Auditory Processing Disorder?
If your child has problems understanding and following your directions, she may have CAPD -... more »
The After-School Homework Routine We Swear By
Executive functions go berserk trying to keep up with homework assignments, deadlines, and problem sets... more »
Success at School: Reading Help for Children with ADHD or Learning Disabilities
How children with attention deficit disorder (ADD ADHD) or learning disabilities like dyslexia can improve... more »
ADHD in Middle School Survival Guide
Help your attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) child succeed -- academically and socially -- with... more »
Middle School Momentum
How to help ADD/ADHD middle school students with homework and classwork, social skills, and organizing... more »
Is It Time to Change Schools?
Sometimes changing to an ADHD-friendly school can make all the difference. An educational expert describes... ADHD in the classroom»
Teens With ADHD: Book Review of Empowering Youth With ADHD
Parents of teens with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) can learn about how to help... Teens with ADHD»
Teaching Teens with ADD, ADHD & Executive Function Deficits
A renowned educator and ADHD advocate releases a long-awaited update to her popular teachers' resource... more »