Getting up and out in the morning is difficult for many kids, but for those who are easily distracted the challenges are formidable. Smart Kids parents share their tips for starting the day off right:
Prepare Ahead: Get organized the… Read the rest
Adolescence is a time of change and growth coupled with uncertainty and insecurity. As parents, it’s important to understand how adolescents think and how best to respond in order to help your teenager—and yourself—get through this tumultuous passage successfully.
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By Marcia Eckerd, Ph.D
Kids with LD and ADHD often feel more criticized than understood. In our eagerness to help, we sometimes try to fix problems, correct behaviors, or give feedback before we fully understand the child’s perspective. Following are… Read the rest
Sometimes it seems as if teenagers are in a constant state of crisis, often pulling parents into their drama. But as parents, it’s your job not to get caught up in their drama, but rather to empower them to handle… Read the rest
A fundamental difference between many children with learning disabilities and other kids is that they often have social issues, which can be more debilitating than their learning problems.
If that’s the case with your child, it’s time to toss out… Read the rest