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First Steps for Addressing Speech and Language Problems

Does your child have trouble speaking, or understanding spoken language? A speech and language specialist may be able to pinpoint the cause and tailor a program to your child's needs.

Overcoming Dyslexia: A Chat With Dr. Sally Shaywitz

In 2003, hosted an online chat with Sally Shaywitz, M.D., where participants asked her questions about dyslexia and reading problems in children.

Response-to-Intervention: An Emerging Method for LD Identification

Widespread dissatisfaction with the discrepancy method for identifying learning disabilities has spurred new ideas.

Expert Answers Guide: Understanding AD/HD - Symptoms, Diagnosis, Management, and Myths

Download this informative guide to AD/HD by psychologist Sam Goldstein.

Understanding the Results of Psychoeducational Testing

Confused by the complex test scores from your child's psychoeducational testing? Author and parent Kim Glenchur explains how to understand and interpret them.

"Can't we all just get along?": Three moms on surviving family gatherings

If you and your child feel misunderstood at family functions, you're not alone. Read our real-life insights and strategies.

Should My Child Be Evaluated for Dyslexia?

An excerpt from Dr. Sally Shaywitz's book, Overcoming Dyslexia, offers parents information and insight.

Parent Stories: Don't Wait to Get Help

A mom shares the story of how seeking early help for a learning disability helped her son succeed.

Catching Language Problems Early

Alerted by a preschool teacher, a determined mother sought help for her daughter's speech problems - with positive results.

Frequently Used Acronyms in Education

Alphabet soup at school? Use this handy guide when you need help decoding the abbreviations and acronyms used in the world of education.