Parents and guest expert, Gina Robuck, discuss IEP goals, testing, writing skills, and other issues involved in raising kids with learning disabilities.
Setting your priorities first will help you sort through the specialty programs and camps to find the best ones for your child.
Being bright and creative -- but having a mind that wanders and words that elude you -- create special challenges. One young girl describes her experience.
Six areas parents should focus on when assessing their kids.
Parent-teacher conferences are coming. Are you prepared for what you might hear?
How to write social skills IEP goals that work.
Finding the perfect camp when your child has LD
Having an IEP doesn't guarantee accommodations on college admissions tests.
My first-grade son is doing okay in school but he receives extra help in reading and speech. He has a very hard time focusing and concentrating and sometimes it seems like he is in another world when you talk to him. It can take an...