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Evaluating educational software for children with LD: What parents need to know

Learn how to be a wise consumer of educational software advertised as being effective for kids with learning disabilities.

Social networking online: how to safeguard your child's experience

Use these practical strategies to teach your child basic safety for online social interactions.

Reading, kids, and (unexpected) success

A writer and entrepreneur – who is dyslexic – advocates abolishing the stigma and shame associated with learning disabilities by looking at reading in a whole new way.

After Five Years in Special Ed, My Child Is Still Behind

My oldest child has ADHD and dyslexia. He is in fourth grade and repeated first grade. He is behind in all of his classes, in reading the most. I had a meeting with one of his teachers last week and found out that he is...