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    LD Children and Self-Esteem
    ADHD and No Friends
    Learn how to handle low self-esteem and depression in your child with ADHD. ...
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    Stepdaughter Has Reading Problems
    A mother asks what she can do to help her 15-year-old stepdaughter, who reads at a 2.8 grade level. ...
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    6 Autism Awareness Activities for Kids
    6 Autism Awareness Activities for Kids April 2, 2016, is World Autism Awareness Day, and April is Autism Awareness Month. Find cool activities for your kids, family, and school to observe the occasion and boost support for people living with a...
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    Parent-Support Groups
    Learn what organizations to contact to find parent-support groups in the Denver, Colorado area. ...
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    Advice for a Teen with ADD
    Parents and educators who set high expectations and give encouragement and assistance to a child with ADD help him to develop confidence and skills. ...
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    Does Special Ed Seventh-Grader Need More Friends?
    Special education students make friends in regular school fairly easily, but make sure that the school doesn't tolerate teasing, harassing, or bullying of any kind. ...
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    After-School Programs and Child Care for Kids with ADHD and LD
    Find out where you can get information on after-school programs or childcare providers that specialize in ADHD or LD kids. ...
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    Son with ADD Isn't Doing Schoolwork
    How can I get my son with ADD to do his schoolwork? ...
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    Reading, OCD, and Light Sensitivity
    Learn how to help a teen who is having problems with reading, OCD, and a sensitivity to light. ...
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    Gifted Education
    Learning Disabled and Gifted
    A wise parent sees the potential in her son beyond the labels currently being placed on him. ...
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    Improving Your Child's Thinking Skills
    Improving Your Child's Thinking SkillsSix Major Thinking Skills One of the simplest and easiest ways to develop kids' thinking skills is by wording questions in the right way. When teachers and parents learn to ask questions that stimulate kids' ...
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    ADHD and Divorce
    Custody questions should be addressed on an individual basis. ...
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    Are There Writing Worksheets for a Child with LD?
    Having a child with LD complete worksheets to help him to improve his writing skills may not properly address his needs. ...
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    LD Children and Self-Esteem
    LD and Low Self-Esteem
    There are many things you can do to support a child with low self-esteem. ...
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    Finding the Right Summer Program for Your Gifted Child
    Finding the Right Summer Program for Your Gifted Child Looking for the best summer program for your gifted child? Look no further! We've compiled a list of the questions to ask and the resources you'll need to make a match. Before you begin, be s...
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    Nine-Year-Old Has Trouble with Job Completion
    Jobs are easier to complete if they are divided into short, manageable tasks. ...
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    Helping a Fourth-Grader with ADD
    A mother seeks information on how she can help her child with ADD. ...
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    Learning No Fun for Gifted Nine-Year-Old
    Do you have any suggestions to help our gifted daughter feel good about being intelligent and to understand that learning might not always have a "fun" component? ...