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Dr. Bruce Hirsch Talks with Parents About Kids' Anxiety

A therapist helps parents sort through their children's anxiety symptoms and suggests effective ways to respond.

Response-to-Intervention: An Emerging Method for LD Identification

Widespread dissatisfaction with the discrepancy method for identifying learning disabilities has spurred new ideas.

Teen Drivers With AD/HD: Realities and Risk Factors

Marlene Snyder, Ph.D. explains why driving is especially risky for teens with AD/HD. Yet, with extra time and effort, you can help your teen become a safe and competent driver.

Expert Answers Guide: Understanding AD/HD - Symptoms, Diagnosis, Management, and Myths

Download this informative guide to AD/HD by psychologist Sam Goldstein.

Keeping Licensed Teen Drivers With AD/HD Safe: Parent Strategies

Dr. Marlene Snyder offers parents practical tips to help newly licensed teen drivers stay safe.

Understanding the Results of Psychoeducational Testing

Confused by the complex test scores from your child's psychoeducational testing? Author and parent Kim Glenchur explains how to understand and interpret them.

It Worked: 9-Year-Old Plays a Role in His Own Success

One mother explains how her son with AD/HD had trouble working in small groups at school -- and how she found a strategy to help him succeed.

Auditory Processing Disorder in Children

Find out what is understood about diagnosing and treating Auditory Processing Disorder - and what research is still underway.

On Their Own: Sage Advice for Parents

In a poignant passage from her book, mother and heiress Ann Ford reflects on the lifelong realities of raising a child with learning disabilities.

"Can't we all just get along?": Three moms on surviving family gatherings

If you and your child feel misunderstood at family functions, you're not alone. Read our real-life insights and strategies.

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