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It's estimated that 10 percent of all Americans have a speech problem. The good news is that young kids can be helped tremendously with a bit of intervention.
What are the differences between social talk and school talk, and how can parents help build their child's language skills for success in school?
An expert parenting guide to understanding your kindergartener's speech development.
When it comes to speech and motor development, why not take some tips from the insiders who know best?
An expert parenting guide to understanding your first grader's speech development.
Is your child dyslexic?  When should parents be concerned that their child may need to see a specialist?
With research and determination you can get your kindergartener the services she needs to be successful in school, from the very beginning. Here's how:
Could your child have dyscalculia?  Expert parenting advice on how to find out if your child suffers from this disorder.
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.
If you are the parent of an autistic or other special needs child, you may never have imagined that college was a possibility. However, a college diploma may not be so far off.
What's an IEE? Why does my child need one, and how do I get one? Get the answers here.
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.
This is what special education really means, and how it could help your child.
Summarizes 3 ways of considering disabilities and how they typically guide people's thinking. Read about the deficit, cultural and sociological perspective.
Provides organized and easily managed ways of scaffolding vocabulary acquisition to meaning structures for students with learning disabilities like dyslexia.
Describes how teachers and caregivers can provide support to help children move from their current level of knowledge toward a more advanced level.
Watching fireworks is an American family tradition. What if the special needs of a child makes this classic stressful or even impossible?
Identifies common characteristics seen in LD children and provides strategies to adapt instruction to meet the student's needs.  Highlights ADHD.
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