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Words Can Hurt: Teaching Kids Better Ways to Express Anger

Kids with learning and attention difficulties may lash out with angry, hurtful words when upset. Help yours find a better way to blow off steam.

Life success for children with learning disabilities: a parent guide

Research has identified certain qualities that help kids with LD succeed in life.

How Do Kids With Learning Disabilities Become Successful?

An expert explains that research has revealed several factors that help people with learning disabilities become successful adults.

The Implications of Success Attribute Research for Kids With Learning Disabilities

A researcher explains how a long-term study of success attributes in kids with learning disabilities can be applied to education .

Learning disabilities and psychological problems: An overview

What's the connection between learning disabilities and psychological problems? Learn what the research tells us.

How to Help a Child with Learning Disabilities Who is Lonely

An expert discusses how to help your child avoid or cope with loneliness.

Great expectations: How parents affect school success for teens with LD

This study shows that parents' high expectations of their teens with learning disabilities are linked to better educational outcomes.

Loneliness among Children With Learning Disabilities

What causes kids with learning disabilities or AD/HD to feel lonely? An expert tells you what the research shows.

Developmental Milestones: Your 8-Year-Old Child

Knowing what to expect as your child grows can reassure you that your child is on track with his peers or alert you to potential concerns. Below are some milestones to watch for in your eight-year-old.

Self-Acceptance and Self-Esteem in Tweens: Beacon Street Girls™

In this engaging series, the author creates joyful, well-rounded characters in books for 9- to 12-year-old girls.