Parents of Girls: Listen Up

The annual SXSW conference is a barometer of what’s happening at the intersection of technology and entrepreneurship. One of the topics that drew attention from a lot of attendees at this year’s Austin, TX gathering was the “Girls’ Index” a… Read the rest

Talking to Your Children About Violence

In the aftermath of the Parkland, FL school shooting, parents and educators alike are left with the grim task of helping children of various ages process yet another horrific act of random violence. In Talking to Children About Violence: Tips… Read the rest

Is Your School Involved in Disability Discrimination?

Beginning in January of this year, the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) began publishing a list of all schools under investigation for disability discrimination. As reported in an article in Disability Scoop, “The searchable listing includes cases alleging discrimination based… Read the rest

Premies, Low Birthweight, and ADHD

Following a review of 12 studies involving more than 1,700 participants, researchers have concluded that premature babies and those that born at low birthweight are more likely to develop ADHD than full-term, healthy-sized newborns. Why this is the case is… Read the rest

Calm Parenting Reduces ADHD Behaviors

If you feel as if nothing you do helps your child with ADHD manage his emotions and behaviors, take a deep breath and count to 10. A new study confirms what most of us know—but many forget in the heat… Read the rest