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Declaration of independence: Developing life skills for teens with LD

An expert outlines the skills your teenager with LD and/or AD/HD must develop to function as an independent adult, and how you can help.

Helping Teens With LD Develop a Healthy, Balanced Lifestyle

Learn why many teens with learning disabilities and AD/HD struggle to achieve a healthy, balanced life.

How Parents Can Help Their Kids Develop Success Attributes

Self-awareness, perseverance and support systems are a few of the success factors parents can nurture in their kids with learning disabilities.

Transition to Work: Helping Teens Prepare for Typical Employer Questions

For young adults with learning disabilities, answering an employer's questions about learning difficulties takes self-awareness and preparation. Learn how to get ready for that conversation!

Research Trends: Learning Disabilities and the Family

Parental stress and sibling rivalry are often mentioned as concerns among families raising kids with learning disabilities. Now we can learn what research reveals about LD's impact on the family.

Research results: Depression in children with learning disabilities

Dr. John Maag, an expert on depression in kids with learning disabilities, discusses research on the topic.

Getting a job, getting a life: The workplace and young people with LD

Expert advice for parents on starting early to help kids with learning disabilities prepare for success in the workplace.

Research Trends: LD From the Inside - Children's Voices on the Internet

Researchers analyzed thousands of email exchanges between kids to get the insider view of life with a learning disability.

Repeating a grade: The pros and cons

Grade retention or social promotion -- which is best? Read what the experts have to say.

Helping your child find a passion: One mother's story

A mother shares the lessons she learned while helping her son with a learning disability find hobbies he could put his heart into.