What to expect when your child's learning strengths and needs are evaluated.
Starting certain grade levels requires kids to make big jumps in academic performance. Help your child meet the challenges.
Dr. Reid Lyon discusses how children develop reading skills and what parents can do to help.
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.
Exploring math in everyday life is one way to make numbers less intimidating.
Learn about assistive technology tools called talking calculators.
With insight and humor, kids describe their feelings about moving into the upper elementary grades.
Transitioning from school to summer can be tough on the family. These practical tips can help everyone shift gears as summer approaches!
Raising a child with a learning disability can be expensive. Learn about resources that might help defray some of the costs.
Pioneering pediatricians describe what brain research can teach parents and professionals about dyslexia.