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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.


2014 Youth Achievement Honorees

Young People to Be Honored on April 25

The 2014 Fred J. Epstein Youth Achievement Award honorees include 7 young people from across the country. Alexandra Sheridan of Marcellus, NY will accept the top award at The Sky's The Limit Gala. Other honorees include Read more

People That Inspire Us

Samantha Turner: Challenge Me!

A college student with LD calls on parents to hold their children with dyslexia and other learning disabilities to high academic standards to counter the pervasive message that these kids cannot achieve at levels equal to or better than their peers. Read more

LD 101

What Goes Into An Evaluation for ADHD?

An evaluation for ADHD includes:
•  Assessment of sensory functions (hearing, seeing, touching)
•  Psycho-educational evaluation (motor skills, cognition, academics, emotions)
•  Auditory processing assessment, if needed (hearing exam)
To learn more see Evaluating Your Child for ADHD

From Our Newsletter

Stress-Free Summer Options: What's Best for Your Child?

Should your child enroll in a summer academic support program, or indulge in her passion for sports, art or the great outdoors? Dr. Susan Baum discusses answers from the experts. Read more