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Foundations for Resilience in Teens With AD/HD

Dr. Sam Goldstein tells parents how to reduce risky behavior and foster resilience in their teens with AD/HD.

Teen Drivers With AD/HD: Realities and Risk Factors

Marlene Snyder, Ph.D. explains why driving is especially risky for teens with AD/HD. Yet, with extra time and effort, you can help your teen become a safe and competent driver.

Keeping Licensed Teen Drivers With AD/HD Safe: Parent Strategies

Dr. Marlene Snyder offers parents practical tips to help newly licensed teen drivers stay safe.

It Worked: 9-Year-Old Plays a Role in His Own Success

One mother explains how her son with AD/HD had trouble working in small groups at school -- and how she found a strategy to help him succeed.

Research Trends: Risk and Resilience in People With Learning Disabilities

Read what research tells us about protective factors that help kids with learning disabilities succeed despite their challenges.

Aligning the IEP and Academic Content Standards to Improve Academic Achievement

Learn how stronger standards for academic content can support your child's achievement.

The Complexities of Second Marriages for Parents of Teens With AD/HD

Learn about common challenges for parents and their kids with AD/HD in blended families.

Online classes: A choice for your middle or high schooler?

Thinking about an online class for your child? Learn how to choose a high-quality web-based school.

Growing Up Gifted With AD/HD

Being bright and creative -- but having a mind that wanders and words that elude you -- create special challenges. One young girl describes her experience.

When Teens With AD/HD are Learning to Drive: Parent Strategies

An expert explains how parents can address the risk factors that arise when impulsive or distractible teens are learning to drive.

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