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Tablespoons & Teaspoons: Teaching Teens With LD the Art of Meal Preparation

Get expert, step-by-step advice on teaching your child with a learning disability or AD/HD to plan and prepare meals.

Dollars and sense: Financial skills for teens with learning disabilities

Help your child with LD or AD/HD develop his money management know-how with these expert tips.

On the Right Track: Teaching Your Teen With LD to Manage Travel and Transportation

Many kids with learning disabilities and AD/HD have a hard time getting around independently. Learn how you can help your teen fine-tune his navigation skills.

Planning For College: A Team Effort

A successful college graduate with AD/HD shares how she and her parents worked together to plan for college.

How Temperament Affects Parents, Children, and Family Life

Don't assume family friction is a result of your child having  LD or AD/HD.  It could be due to his temperament -- and yours! 

Research Trends: The Daily Life Of Children With AD/HD and Their Moms

An expert interprets a unique study that maps the daily living challenges of mothers and their kids with AD/HD

Finding the "Best Fit" for Young People with LD in the Workplace

Paul Gerber, Ph. D., discusses the process of finding a good match between one's individual strengths, job-related tasks, and the work environment.

A Therapist Answers Parents' Questions about Problem Behavior

Parents raise issues ranging from homework hassles, to school avoidance, to oppositional behavior in their kids with learning and attention problems.

Parent tales: First signs of a reading disorder

GreatSchools members share stories about the first signs and symptoms of their children's reading issues.

Henry Winkler's dyslexic hero gives kids with learning difficulties the last laugh

Learn how actor Henry Winkler transformed his own unhappy experiences with dyslexia into stories of resilience and hope.