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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.
With Sensory Processing Disorder, kids can hear, see, touch, smell and taste, but they have serious trouble putting it all together. So what's a parent to do?
Children with auditory processing disorder may struggle to make sense of people's sentences, without having anything wrong with their hearing.
Identifying learning styles can help in finding strategies for success in school. Here are characteristics of, and techniques for, the visual learner.
Smart tablets offer children with autism spectrum disorders the chance to brush up on skills they struggle with. Apps for autism use a touch- and visual-based interface that's intuitive, accessible, and engaging to special needs kids. With these applications, learning happens—at both home and in school—and skill building is integrated into everyday life.
What sorts of educational resources do gifted students need?
Is your child dyslexic?  When should parents be concerned that their child may need to see a specialist?
Here is a technique that you can use to make spelling practice easier for your child.
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.
More special needs students are being included in the 'regular' classroom. Here's how parents can help to their kids to appreciate their special needs peers.
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.
Whether your kid's an outdoors enthusiast or a couch potato, there's plenty of fun to be had at home. So come on in--the weather's fine inside!
Here are some tips for finding healthy snack options.
It's a fact: preschoolers squirm, talk out of turn, and sometimes drive their parents crazy with their inexhaustible energy.  But could it be ADHD?
For many families, the grade is the goal. But what do those letters really mean? And do they really do any good?
According to a recent report, most teens feel unprepared for careers in technology and engineering. Here's how you can help.
Parents seem obligated to use the report card moment as a pep talk. But experts aren't sure this is the right way to go.
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