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Partnering With the Teacher When Your Child has LD

If your child has learning or attention difficulties, it really pays to take a few minutes early in the school year to introduce yourself and your child to his new teacher.

How to Help Your Child With LD Manage Homework

Work with the teacher to determine how much and what kind of homework works best for your child.

Organization and Time Management Strategies for Kids With LD

Read about strategies to help your child better manage his time, his tasks, and his stuff.

How can parents foster self-esteem in their children?

Dr. Robert Brooks describes research-based strategies that can help you nurture competence and resilience in your child.

It worked: Coping with a teenager's computer game addiction

A teen and his parents get professional help to deal with screen addiction.

Can changing my behavior toward my child improve our relationship?

Are you stuck in a cycle of negative interactions with your child? An expert tells you how to give up those negative scripts and forge a more positive relationship.

How to evaluate a website

Let the buyer beware! Learn how to be a savvy consumer of information and products available online.

Seasoned Chef Still Perfecting His Recipe for Success

Once out of school, a dyslexic teen gained the confidence and motivation to reach his career goals.

Coping With a Learning Disability, My Life Long Companion

You'll be moved by the story of a former Army Green Beret who has struggled with a learning disability while defending his country.

Preparing for Your Journey Through the Special Education Maze

Become an effective participant at IEP meetings by systematically observing your child and documenting facts.

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