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Summer Sums: Keep Math Skills Strong Over the Break

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"The Day I Was Shamed in School"

When Mr. Creech publicly shamed me for my dyslexia, I hated him, I hated school, and I hated... more »

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Finding the Right School for Your Child

Essential steps for parents who are seeking the best learning environment for a child with ADHD or learning... more »


Saving Katie: How A New School Changed My Daughter's Life

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Raising Confident, Empowered Kids with ADHD

A veteran teacher of children with ADHD and learning disabilities shares five secrets for helping them learn to... more »

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Fidgets in the Classroom for Kids with ADHD

Fidgets that could help your child with ADHD improve her focus in the classroom... Classroom fidgets help focus»

ADHD children can lose focus and become distracted at school, medication can help.

Focus the Attention of Distracted Children

Creative ways to keep distracted children with ADHD and learning disabilities focused and engaged in the classroom and... more »

Ask The Expert Robert Tudisco

Today's Question :

My nine-year-old attention deficit hyperactivity (ADHD) daughter has a 504 Plan at school, but her teachers don’t always...

I have learned that not only is it okay to be a strong advocate for your child, but it’s necessary.

— Amanda Driscoll, blogger

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