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Specialists in the field of learning and attention problems

If your child has a learning disability, you'll want to become familiar with the various types of professionals who may be involved in your child's education and an explanation of the services they provide.

Tips for helping your elementary school child with math homework

Exploring math in everyday life is one way to make numbers less intimidating.

Assistive technology tools: Math

Learn about assistive technology tools called talking calculators.

Kids' thoughts about moving to the next grade in school

With insight and humor, kids describe their feelings about moving into the upper elementary grades.

Tips for Shifting from School Year to Summer Break

Transitioning from school to summer can be tough on the family. These practical tips can help everyone shift gears as summer approaches!

Financial help for parents of kids with LD and AD/HD

Raising a child with a learning disability can be expensive. Learn about resources that might help defray some of the costs.

Brain Research, Reading and Dyslexia

Pioneering pediatricians describe what brain research can teach parents and professionals about dyslexia.

Passionate Economist Finds Strength and Humanity in Her Dyslexia

Top economist Diane Swonk reflects on how having dyslexia has made her stronger - and more human.

Universal Design for Learning - Improved Access for All

Learn about a cutting-edge classroom approach, based in computer technology, that helps all kids learn better.

Success outside of school

Help your child experience success and self-esteem in activities beyond the school walls.