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Children with auditory processing disorder may struggle to make sense of people's sentences, without having anything wrong with their hearing.
It's hard dealing with 'difficult' children, but advocating for them might be even harder. Read our advice to find out the best way to go about it.
Motivating gifted children to step outside their comfort zone is hard because they're used to excelling. Get tips on motivating gifted children.
My preschooler has started to intentionally say things to upset people, like 'You're dead!' or 'You're a bad guy!รข What should I do?
Rick Lavoie, renowned expert on learning disabilities, shares practical tips for helping kids start the school year smoothly.
Behavior plans map out solutions for children who are having behavioral issues at school. Get the keys to the process of creating behavior plans.
Could your child have dyscalculia?  Expert parenting advice on how to find out if your child suffers from this disorder.
Parenting is tough work. What should you expect from a teenager in terms of manners? Here's what's reasonable for a high schooler, and how to teach it.
Is your child dyslexic?  When should parents be concerned that their child may need to see a specialist?
The only thing more painful than not getting asked to prom? Watching your daughter sit home dateless when she'd rather be the belle of the ball.
Dyslexia is one of the most commonly misdiagnosed learning issues for school-age children. But the earlier it's diagnosed, the better. Here's what to look for:
Many teens experience depression, family conflicts, or feelings of isolation. Here's your guide to finding the right kind of help for your struggling teen.
Find expert information on early intervention and services for children with Asperger's Syndrome.
ADHD doesn't have to spell doom for your child. Here are four main ways to steer him in the right direction.
Does your child love to dance? Does he or she start to move just hearing music? Maybe its time for ballet!
What do you do when your child's words tumble out in a fumbling mishmash?  Here are some tips and resources to help parents help their stuttering children.
Help your child overcome social problems at school with opportunities for children to practice being in different kinds of social situations. Here's how:
Is your child primarily a visual, auditory, or kinesthetic learner?  How to use your child's strengths to help them overcome their weaknesses.
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