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

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

Searching for the miracle

Parents, in a desperate quest to fix what they've been told is broken in their children, are willing to try (or pay) anything to help their kids.

Autism recovery: A false hope?

This mother is saying what no one wants to hear: Stories of autism cures are fairy tales.

Red flags of a learning issue

How do you know if your child is struggling with a learning issue? Learn to read the clues.

Do I Have to Take ADHD Medication?

My mom thinks I have ADHD and I think I am just being me. Plus I feel that everyone acts this way at my age. I don't know what to do because on my pill I feel so slow and I have no energy whatsoever...

What's the Best Kind of Tutoring for My Sixth-Grader With LD?

My daughter has recently been tested for a learning difference in math and language composition (verb, preposition, adverbs, nouns, etc.). She is currently in a Montessori school in sixth grade but will be attending a charter school in the fall because she needs one-on-one help...

Falling short of failing

Not thriving, but not quite failing. Is there help for my boy in this educational no-man’s-land?

Understanding shut-down learners

Seven strategies to help your child climb from struggles to success.

Summer reading ... for parents

How long has it been since you had a summer reading list? While it's tempting to take a few months off from the rigors of the special education world, the longer days of summer are a great time to dive into all those issues you've...

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