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A Tale of Two Children: From School-age Struggles to Adult Success

Straight-forward, positive problem-solving helped one mom support her kids to overcome challenges.

Angry children, worried parents: Helping families manage difficult emotions

Get expert advice on helping your child find more appropriate and effective ways to express anger.

Memories are bittersweet for advocate mom

A mother and son share memories of their 20-year campaign to help him achieve success, in spite of severe dyslexia.

Conversation, Not Confrontation: One Mom's Advice on Parent-Teacher Talks

A mother candidly explains how she learned to build a constructive (not combative) bond with her child's teacher.

The LD Journey: A College Student Looks Back

In an interview with his LD coach, a college student describes living with his learning disability from first grade until now. He also offers some sage advice.

Helping your child understand LD

How much should you tell your child about his learning disability? Dr. Betty Osman offers expert guidance on a tricky topic.

Disclosing One's Learning Disabilities in Young Adulthood

An expert offers guidelines for when, why, and how individuals should disclose their learning disabilities in a job, school, or social setting.

Coaching Kids With LD and AD/HD in Sports

Work as a team! Coaching kids with LD and AD/HD in sports involves challenges and rewards for parents and coaches alike.

When kids with LD Facebook

Children with learning and attention problems may blossom by using social-networking sites. Learn more about the potential benefits and risks for these kids.

Helping your middle-schooler with LD transition to high school

Learn how to help your child with LD meet the increased academic demands and other challenges of high school.