Whether your teen with LD or AD/HD is college-bound or already on campus, he'll find this resource list invaluable.
From second grade through high school, Andrew has shared his story of getting through school with the dual challenges of dyslexia and AD/HD.
If your child has a learning disability, here's how to find a college whose offerings are a good match for his strengths and needs.
There are no IEPs in college, but there are protections under federal law for students with learning disabilities.
This book tackles the topic of transition to young adulthood - with a special advice for teens.
A teen and his parents get professional help to deal with screen addiction.
In an excerpt from Guiding Teens with LD, author Arlyn Roffman, Ph.D. explains how to help your teen develop self-determination.
This Ivy League scholar, author, and speaker has severe dyslexia and beat the odds for success. Learn how he stayed motivated and set goals for himself.
Middle and high school kids have opportunities for guidance, mentoring, and peer interaction.
Does your teenager have AD/HD? Learn how to keep lines of communication open while promoting his indpendence.