Even wealth and fame didn't protect this loving mother from the challenges that come with raising a child who has a learning disability.
A mother reflects on how she has made progress, just as her middle school son with AD/HD has.
This parent coaching system can help you shape your child's behavior at home and in the outside world.
Here are tips for dads to help them be more actively engaged in the life of their child with learning disabilities.
It's normal to experience a range of emotions when your child is struggling in school. Facing your feelings and working through them can help you come to terms with your child's LD.
If your child has learning or attention difficulties, it really pays to take a few minutes early in the school year to introduce yourself and your child to his new teacher.
Learn what issues to focus on and how to plan for a productive parent-teacher conference.
Work with the teacher to determine how much and what kind of homework works best for your child.
Dr. Robert Brooks describes research-based strategies that can help you nurture competence and resilience in your child.
Are you stuck in a cycle of negative interactions with your child? An expert tells you how to give up those negative scripts and forge a more positive relationship.