By the time a child with learning disabilities is in middle school, she should be preparing for what’s ahead.
The first step in that process is developing the self-advocacy skills necessary to navigate in high school and beyond. In order… Read the rest
Beginning a new school year often comes with a large dose of anxiety for children with LD and ADHD who have struggled with academics in the past. But even more daunting is when a new school year also means a… Read the rest
Summer school doesn’t have to be drudgery. Options include local or residential programs, week-long to summer-long sessions, full-time academic forays, or academic/recreational combinations.
To determine if an academic curriculum will enhance your child’s summer vacation, ask yourself the following questions:… Read the rest
By Heidi Rosenholtz
Just because your middle-school child can’t keep track of her homework doesn’t mean she can’t succeed at the adolescent rite of passage called babysitting. In fact, kids with attention issues are often ideally suited to the task,… Read the rest
School bullying is a widespread problem throughout the United States. Research shows that more than 3.2 million students are victims of bullying each year; 17% of students report being bullied two to three times a month. While specific data is… Read the rest