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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.

Talking with your teenager about learning difficulties

An expert offers advice on fostering ongoing, positive dialogue with your teenager about her learning problems and how they impact her life.

Career and Technical Education - Diverse Options for Your Teen

Today's career and technical programs can expand your child's choices for rewarding work.

Volunteering 101: How helping others helps your child

Volunteering can help your child prepare for college and a career, as well as build a commitment to helping others.

Choosing smart electives

College-bound students need to take challenging academic classes each semester, as well as take electives that cultivate their interests, strengths and special talents.

Sparking Your Child's Interest in Science

Links and reference to programs, learning institutions and internships for middle-and high-school science students.

Applications: A parent's role

Your challenge as a parent is to support your student as she applies to college but let her do the work.

Child development: 13- to 16-year-olds

Kids in early adolescence experience tremendous intellectual, physical, social, and emotional changes. What can parents expect to see?

Teaching older kids self-control

How to help tweens and teens think before acting (and resist those marshmallows!).

College resources for students with LD or AD/HD

Whether your teen with LD or AD/HD is college-bound or already on campus, he'll find this resource list invaluable.

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