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The COVID Slide: Helping Parents and Kids Climb Back Up

There’s a new slide in town—a slide you won’t find on the school playground. Known as the COVID Slide, it describes the decline in academic retention […]

University of Cambridge Research Links Learning Difficulties with Weak Connections in the Brain

  Children with cognitive, attention and learning difficulties likely have weaker connectivity across regions of the brain than the rest of the […]

Final Exam Tips for Students with Learning Differences

 

Everything You Need to Know About Verbal and Non-verbal Learning Disabilities

"Learning disabilities" is an umbrella term, used to describe an array of specific learning disabilities, such as dyslexia or auditory processing […]

October is Learning Disabilities/ADHD/Dyslexia Awareness Month. What Can You Do to Make a Difference?

  "Awareness is the greatest agent for change." — Eckhart Tolle Within the United States, approximately one in five children experience attention and […]

How to Overcome Homework Avoidance

Avoiding homework can be pretty typical behavior for students who spend all day in school and want to spend time at home running and playing. […]

4 Tips for College Students Still Struggling with Academics

  Getting through high school with a learning disability is a huge accomplishment! But what happens when a teenager goes off to college? If their […]

Standardized Testing Tips That Guarantee Success

  Kids struggling with learning or behavioral issues often have problems earning high scores on standardized tests. Just because your child has a […]

How to Motivate a High School Student with Learning Differences

  It can be tough to come up with ways to motivate teens, and even more of a challenge to inspire those students with learning differences. High […]