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How to Overcome Test Anxiety

  Like acne and growth spurts, test anxiety is a pretty normal part of being a kid. Being nervous about taking tests isn't reserved for students with […]

When to Say No to Pictures With Santa

  Taking a photo with Santa is a cherished Christmas tradition – for some kids. For kids who are anxious, easily overstimulated, impulsive or deal […]

Dating and Social Anxiety: How to Support Your Teen


Accommodations and Resources to Help Students' Test Anxiety

Test anxiety can make academic life miserable for students who suffer from it. It often accompanies other learning disabilities, but it can also […]

Ideal Testing Environments for Students With Learning Differences

Taking tests can cause anxiety for anyone, but it can be especially stressful for students with learning disabilities or learning differences. As […]

Presidents with Learning Disabilities Prove that Achievement is Possible

  President's Day is a great time to reflect on the achievements of America’s head of the state. But it’s also important to note that there were […]

It's the Season of Hugs: 3 Coping Tips for Kids With Sensory Issues

Valentine’s Day is the day of love. During this day, it is acceptable to show others how you feel by physically expressing your care for them. This […]

How to Calm Meltdowns in Children with Asperger Syndrome (ASD)

All kids throw tantrums. They fuss, they scream, they cry and sometimes, they even throw things. They do this at home and in public because they're […]

Back to School: Helping a Rigid Student Transition to a New School

Changing schools is anxiety provoking for most kids. Some are only mildly affected while others fret enough to lose sleep. If your child has social […]