Artistic Expression for Kids With ADHD

Did you know that 10% of children in America are diagnosed with ADHD? For many parents, it can bring a huge sense of relief to discover the reason for your child's inability to focus and short attention span in school.

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Teacher Appreciation Week Highlight: Special Education Teachers

At Eagle Hill, our mission is to empower children who learn differently to become confident students and people. Without our faculty of truly remarkable special education teachers, we'd be lost in reaching that goal. With Teacher Appreciation Week this week, we'd like to share how they do it.

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What Children with Learning Differences Need to Thrive as Learners

Regardless of how your child learns, they can receive a great education. The key is to find multiple ways to support their development.

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What Is ADHD and How Is It Diagnosed?

Did you know that creativity and entrepreneurship are some of the niches that children diagnosed with ADHD can excel at during their adulthood?

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Our Favorite Family-Fun (and Educational) Spring Activities

Springtime is a period of growth and renewal—what better time to strengthen familial bonds with a group activity? As the weather warms up, chase away the cabin fever by getting the whole family together for an activity that everyone can enjoy.

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Dr. Tina Payne Bryson on The YES Brain and Cultivating Courage

Dr. Tina Payne Bryson is a psychotherapist and the Founder and Director of The Center for Connection, a cutting-edge facility dedicated to helping kids, adults, and families be happier, healthier, and more fully themselves. Dr. Bryson also speaks internationally and will be hosting the next installment of Eagle Hill’s 21-22 virtual Speaker Series on April 5, 2022, at 7 p.m. Register today!

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The 13 Different Categories of Special Education Under IDEA

Under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), 7.3 million students received special education services during the 2019-2020 school year.

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Executive Function Skills You Can Help Your Child Work on At Home

When a child gets frustrated, stressed, overwhelmed, or upset, their ability to navigate through this turmoil is correlated to their ability to regulate behavior, emotions, and reactions—also called executive functioning.

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Helping Students With Learning Differences Focus On Their Strengths

From the way they process information, remember details, and approach problem-solving, every child is unique. This is especially true for those with language-based learning differences.

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Dr. Michele Borba On the 7 Characteristics in Thrivers

Dr. Michele Borba is an educational psychologist whose passion for child advocacy comes from being a teacher, consultant, and parent. Through actionable, practical approaches, Dr. Borba offers guidance to help their children thrive in and outside of the classroom. Dr. Borba will be hosting the next installment of Eagle Hill’s 21-22 virtual Speaker Series on February 8, 2022, at 7 p.m. Register today!

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