Smart Kids with LD: Empowering Parents
Kids with dyslexia, ADHD, and other learning disabilities are as intelligent as others, and often have great strengths–but they learn differently. If your child, or a child you know struggles with learning or attention issues, this website is for you. Learn from the experts—professionals and parents just like you—how to get off the sidelines and help your child succeed in school and in life.
From Our Experts
Paul B. Yellin, M.D., FAAP
Fostering Resilience in Children with LD and ADHD: Keys to fostering resilience in your child.
Dr Yellin is the Director of the Yellin Center for Mind, Brain, and Education and an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at NYU School of Medicine.
Selecting A College with Appropriate Support
Finding a college that meets the needs of your teen with LD or ADHD begins with understanding the levels of support available. Read more
What Are "2e Learners"?
The term "2e learners" is shorthand for twice-exceptional students--students who are both gifted and have disabilities.
From Our Newsletter
Help Your Child Accept LD: Working on Self-Advocacy Skills
Check these 5 self-advocacy strategies -- starting with self-acceptance and self-knowledge -- to help your child with LD prepare for the challenges of high school, and beyond. Read more