Dr. Sam Goldstein describes the many risks and vulnerabilities teenagers with AD/HD face.
Dr. Sam Goldstein tells parents how to reduce risky behavior and foster resilience in their teens with AD/HD.
If leaving your teen unsupervised raises special concerns, these strategies may help manage the risks.
Help your teen with learning disabilities and/or AD/HD gain the essential tech skills he'll need to succeed in college.
One mother explains why parents need to be extra patient and take precautions when teaching kids with learning disabilities to drive.
Marlene Snyder, Ph.D. explains why driving is especially risky for teens with AD/HD. Yet, with extra time and effort, you can help your teen become a safe and competent driver.
Dr. Marlene Snyder offers parents practical tips to help newly licensed teen drivers stay safe.
Success has come one challenging step at a time for this persistent young man with learning disabilities.
An expert outlines the skills your teenager with LD and/or AD/HD must develop to function as an independent adult, and how you can help.
Help your teen formulate post-high school plans so he won't feel awkward talking with family and friends who ask about his future.