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Normal Social Expectations by Age

As a parent, it's tough to identify whether or not your child is developing as expected. After all, each child is unique and understanding what is […]

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 […]

Signs and Symptoms of Social Anxiety

  Human connections play a vital role in both physical and mental health, making persistent anxiety relating to social interaction a barrier to […]

Five Tips for Helping Your Child Get Out of Their School Comfort Zone

    As parents, we all face unique challenges when it comes to raising our children. One of the more distinct ones comes when a child falls into a […]

Tips for Making a New Friend in a Friendless Class

  Going back to school can be exciting -- or dreadful. If your child has some social anxiety or struggles to make friends, learning that they won't […]

5 Secrets to Making a Great Impression on Your New Teachers

  For students who struggle with social, behavioral, or academic issues, making nice with the teacher can create a lot of worry. For both parents and […]

Surviving the First Day of School: Tips for Kids with Social Anxiety

  Going back to school after summer break is a difficult transition for most kids. They are nervous about the first day, especially having to jump […]

Age-by-Age Social Development Checklist

  A child’s social and emotional development is critical to overall success in school and life. Kids with developmental delays and struggles often […]

How to Plan a Social Life for the Summer

  No more pencils, no more books, no more awkward cafeteria lunches. Students love summer break for all kinds of reasons, but for kids with social […]