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Financial help for parents of kids with LD and AD/HD

Raising a child with a learning disability can be expensive. Learn about resources that might help defray some of the costs.

Questions to Ask Tutors if Your Child Has LD

Asking the right questions can help you find the right tutor

The Value of Parent-Teacher Collaboration

One mother explains how her role shifted from adversary to advocate as she found a more effective way to deal with her son's school.

Parent coaching for children with AD/HD and learning disabilities

This parent coaching system can help you shape your child's behavior at home and in the outside world.

Building the Bond between Fathers and Kids With Learning Difficulties

Here are tips for dads to help them be more actively engaged in the life of their child with learning disabilities.

Showing Acceptance of Your Child's Learning Disability

The therapist's words, Your daughter is deeply depressed, flooded one mother with heartbreak and anxiety. But it was a wake-up call that transformed her relationship with her daughter with LD.

How Cultural Differences May Affect Student Performance

Children in various cultures learn different rules for communicating with adults through facial expressions, body language and physical gestures. Learn how cultural differences can play out in the classroom.

Coming to terms with your child's learning disability

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.

Special gifts for kids with LD

Finding the right present for a child with learning disabilities can build both confidence and self-respect.

Helping Your Child with Learning Difficulties Deal With Homework

How much help with homework should parents of kids with learning disabilities provide? Dr. Betty Osman offers sound advice.