Is there a student with a learning disability in your child's class? Avoid these LD faux pas!
Relief and worry battle it out as a mom anticipates launching her son with LD into life after high school.
When her teenage son announces he wants to run for student council, this mom doesn't blink. Even so, she is well aware of how far kids with Down syndrome have come.
What options do parents have in advocating for their child's educational needs?
My son was evaluated by the school, and it was concluded that he met two of the three requirements needed to qualify for special education. Since he did not meet all three components...
Bookstore shelves are overflowing with books on attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, or AD/HD. Some are perceptive and helpful, others not so much. So how's a parent to choose? To help narrow the field, we turned to a mom who's "been there, done that."
A two-part strategy of preparing your child and preparing the situation will make your family vacation fun for all.
There are no IEPs in college, but there are protections under federal law for students with learning disabilities.
Learn from the voice of experience! One parent offers advice on how to research, evaluate and select the best school for a child with a learning disability.
An expert talks about the different emotional issues which can affect the way children learn in school.
An expert explains how emotions affect your child's learning, memory, and performance in school.