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When Teens With AD/HD are Learning to Drive: Parent Strategies

An expert explains how parents can address the risk factors that arise when impulsive or distractible teens are learning to drive.

Helping kids with AD/HD behave during the holidays

A two-part strategy of preparing your child and preparing the situation will make your family vacation fun for all.

Tips for helping your child with writing assignments

Written language may be the most difficult form of language expression. For children with LD, it can be a serious challenge. Learn how to support your child in this important subject.

Inattentive AD/HD: Overlooked and Undertreated?

Inattentive AD/HD interferes with learning and friendships, yet it often goes undiagnosed. Learn what signs and symptoms to watch for -- and how to get help.

Reading Comprehension: Research Informs Us

Here's what you need to know to help your child build the skills she needs to understand what she reads.

Poor Reading Skills Drive New Federal Initiatives

New federal initiatives aim to improve early reading instruction in schools across the country.

Before Special Ed: How Pre-Referral Works

The pre-referral process can help determine if your child needs special education services.

Prepare your child with ADD to ace exams

The key to performing well on tests is preparation - weeks, not hours, in advance. Learn to take good class notes, read to comprehend, and plan a test review schedule.

AD/HD: An overview

Sometimes your child doesn't pay attention or follow directions, but is it AD/HD? A guide to diagnosing and dealing with this disorder.

Dyslexia: An overview

Learn what dyslexia is, what signs to look out for, and what you can do to help if your child is dyslexic.

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