A mother's progress report
A mother reflects on how she has made progress, just as her middle school son with AD/HD has.
Teachers' take on first day
Two teachers talk candidly about the joys and concerns of getting ready to teach their new students.
Teaching kids with LD to drive: A complex family matter
One mother explains why parents need to be extra patient and take precautions when teaching kids with learning disabilities to drive.
Talking with your teenager about learning difficulties
An expert offers advice on fostering ongoing, positive dialogue with your teenager about her learning problems and how they impact her life.
Response-to-Intervention: An Emerging Method for LD Identification
Widespread dissatisfaction with the discrepancy method for identifying learning disabilities has spurred new ideas.
Selecting a summer camp for kids with learning or attention problems
When searching for a summer camp, you'll want to start early, ask the right questions, and have a good grasp of your child's needs and interests.
Helping your middle-schooler with LD transition to high school
Learn how to help your child with LD meet the increased academic demands and other challenges of high school.
Risky behavior in teens with ADHD
Psychologist Sam Goldstein describes the kinds of risky behaviors teens with ADHD often engage in.