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Back to School (3)

Top 5 Signs You Should Delay Starting Kindergarten for Your Child

Kindergarten is a crucial point of your child's learning as they will transition either from a homeschooling environment or a small preschool to a […]

3 Things NOT to Say to a Child with Social Struggles About Going Back to School

Back-to-school season can be exciting, but for students who struggle to make friends and show signs of social anxiety, it can be a stressful event. […]

Top 5 Confidence Building Tips for Struggling Students as They Start the New School Year

If your child struggles in school, the new year is less about fresh clothes and supplies and more about anxiety, fear, and self-doubt. Building your […]

Top Tips for Transitioning into the School Year Routine

Summertime can be great fun for kids, and it can be a shock to the system when it's time to go back to school—especially if your child has behavioral […]

Back-to-School Prep for Kids with Sensory Processing Disorder

Going back to school after the summer can feel like a tough transition for any kid. However, if your child has sensory processing challenges, the […]

Give Your Child a Voice During an IEP Meeting

Oftentimes the student's voice is never heard during IEP meetings. It's unfortunate, because letting students lead IEP meetings, or at least advocate […]

How to Survive the School Night Chaos

If you’re a parent with school-age children, you already know just how hectic the after-school hours are. Between sports practice, chores, […]

Tips for Building an Effective Relationship with Your Child’s Teachers

Your child’s teacher plays a very important role in the growth and development of your child. In fact, many experts would state that teachers are the […]

4 Negative Coping Strategies to Watch for in a Student with Dyslexia

Students with dyslexia can be incredibly clever at hiding their problems. While they may not be reading as well as their classmates, they tend to […]