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Stop Misbehavior: A Parent's Guide to Handling School Phone Calls with Confidence

There is nothing more frustrating than a mid-afternoon phone call from a school administrator telling you your child is in their office. Whether your […]

When Your Child's School Evaluation Gets it Wrong: How to Approach School Administrators

Thanks to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), students with disabilities are legally entitled to a free education that is […]

5 Must-Have Tools to Encourage Back to School Self-Care

As kids go back to school after the summer, they'll be spending more time out of the house and with other kids, and thus, it's important for them to […]

3 Tips to Ensure Your Child's New Teacher Understands Auditory Processing Disorder

Living with Auditory Processing Disorder can be challenging in any situation, but traditional learning environments are especially tough. Students […]

How to Sift Through IEP Jargon

You want what's best for your child. Hopefully, your child's educators want the same thing. Teaming up to create an IEP (individualized education […]

Do This One thing to Build Concentration and Reduce Back-to-School Anxiety

While parents are often depicted in TV commercials as being totally excited for school to start up again at the end of summer, back-to-school season […]

Transitioning to Middle School: How to Manage the Stress and Anxiety of Students with Learning Disorders

Managing new situations is an essential skill to teach children with learning disorders. One of the more significant transitions for students is the […]

Reduce Back to School Stress for Dyslexic Learners

When it's time to go back to school, kids can find the change in routine stressful and overwhelming. This can be particularly true for dyslexic […]

How Better Sleep Habits Can Help Kids with ADHD Do Better in School

It’s not just stressed-out executives and parents of infants who aren't getting enough sleep. Doctors and teachers alike will tell you that kids in […]