The implications of success attribute research for kids with learning disabilities
A researcher explains how a long-term study of success attributes in kids with learning disabilities can be applied to education .
Success attributes among individuals with learning disabilities
Researchers have identified certain traits that lead individuals with learning disabilities toward success.
A conversation with Sally Shaywitz, M.D., author of Overcoming Dyslexia
The author of Overcoming Dyslexia offers interesting answers to questions parents often ask.
The birds and the bees and kids with LD
How to teach your child who struggles with learning or attention problems about the facts of life.
Dr. Hallowell talks to teens: do you feel worried or sad?
Dr. Edward Hallowell speaks honestly to teens with LD and ADHD about depression and anxiety. In this article, he shares his personal and professional insights.
Terms used in individual standardized tests
If a specialist has assessed your child for a learning problem, you probably have a report outlining the test results. Are you confused about the test results -- what they mean for your child? This article may answer your questions.
What are some myths about people with ADHD?
Some people claim ADHD represents a set of evolutionary qualities that helped our ancestors survive. An expert debunks this theory by explaining how ADHD reflects weaknesses in the development of efficient self-regulation and self-control.
What can lead kids with ADHD to a positive future?
An expert explains how nurturing a child's resilience helps him chart a path to a satisfying future.
Dr. Russell Barkley: ADHD theory, diagnosis, & treatment summary
Read highlights from Dr. Russell Barkley's powerful and poignant lecture on AD/HD.