10 Tips for Happy Holidays

By Marcia Eckerd, Ph.D The holidays are always exciting, but for some children with learning challenges, the excitement can be overwhelming. Following are a handful of hints, tips, and strategies to ensure that your family’s holidays are merry and bright.… Read the rest

PCIT: Can It Work for Your Child?

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that doctors prescribe behavioral interventions (parent training) as the first line of treatment for children under age 6 with ADHD. In a 2010 Treatment Study, Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) was found to be… Read the rest

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

The Black and White World of the NLD Child

Middle school can be tough. You’re either cool or you’re not; popular or dorky; in or out. Some kids make the cut, while others choose not to play the game. But for many children with NLD who cannot read social… Read the rest