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Top 5 Books for Kids with Dyslexia

  For children who suffer from dyslexia, it can be frustrating to read books that aren't designed to help their young minds grow. Children with […]

How to Give Your Child a Holiday Confidence Boost

  As exciting as the holiday season can be for most kids, it can also be difficult at times, especially for little ones who struggle with behavioral, […]

How to Start a Gratitude Journal

  Practicing gratitude isn't just good for the soul – it's good for the brain and body, too. Research links gratitude to many positive outcomes, […]

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 […]

5 Ways to Increase Your Child's Self Confidence

Self-esteem or self confidence is essentially the worth or value a person assigns to themselves. It's related to how capable they feel. This is based […]

3 Tips for Teaching Your Child to Self-Advocate

  When you have a child with academic, social or behavioral issues, you know how important and how challenging it can be to teach them independence. […]

How to Build Self-Esteem When Your Child Is Struggling With School

  For kids who suffer from learning disabilities and/or developmental delays, school is a painful place. It would be one thing if these difficulties […]

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