It seems that ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) is a fairly common condition these days in both adults and in children so whether you struggle with this as a parent or you worry for your child, there are lots of great resources to help deal with having ADHD. Today, I am very happy to have Dr. Dawn Kamilah Brown, MD, author of The ADHD Lifestyle Series (affiliate … [Read more...] about ADHD Self-Esteem Issues And What Helps
Does your child struggle with learning to read? I am happy to have an expert with helpful advice for just that today. Dana Stahl, M.Ed. grew up with learning disabilities and became a learning specialist to help children with learning issues reach their social-emotional and academic potential. Stahl's practice, Educational Alternatives, LLC, focuses on educational advice, … [Read more...] about Reading Decoding Strategies May Help Your Child If Learning To Read Is A Struggle
Dyslexia can be a scary word for parents to hear. Today, I have the some experts to answer the question, "What is dyslexia, anyway?" Yvonna Graham, M.Ed, and Dr. Alta Graham recently published a new book called the Dyslexia Tool Kit for Tutors and Parents: What to do when phonics isn't enough. They want parents to know that they don't need to empty the bank account for … [Read more...] about What is Dyslexia, Anyway?
Colleges and universities have made significant strides in welcoming a broad range of students to their campuses. For the college student who has been diagnosed with ADHD, I always recommend self- disclosure in the application process. Who wants to send a child to a school that doesn’t appreciate the student for the whole person he or she is? Your child’s disorder cannot be … [Read more...] about Considering ADHD When Considering College