College Applications: Factors You Can Control

By Deena Maerowitz, JD, MSW  This year brings the second cohort of seniors to engage in the college application process since the pandemic began. Thankfully, vaccines and shifting safety guidelines have allowed many colleges to welcome prospective students back to… Read the rest

College Planning: Match Services to Needs

Selecting an appropriate college for students with learning disabilities is vital to their success. Because students leave high school with different levels of preparedness and varying abilities, a continuum of support services has emerged. Some colleges offer extensive services, while… Read the rest

Show Smart Kids Some Love

If you’ve found Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities helpful, please take a few short minutes to share your thoughts on how our organization has inspired, educated, and helped you, your family and your child deal with learning and attention issues.… Read the rest

Improve Your Child’s Classroom Experience

We recently asked a group of Smart Kids readers to offer suggestions for making the classroom a more student-friendly environment for children with LD and ADHD. Some of these items can be included in your child’s IEP; others may be… Read the rest

Has Your Child Had an AT Evaluation?

For students with learning disabilities, technology is an important tool in leveling the playing field, providing struggling students with the ability to access educational material that may otherwise prove challenging to understand. As Assistive Technology (AT) continues to evolve, the… Read the rest