How Children with Learning Differences Can Benefit from Artistic Expression

Parents of children with learning differences might wonder about creative ways for their children to express themselves and learn how to develop written and verbal communication skills without unnecessary pressure.

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Classroom Coping Skills for Kids with Dysgraphia

Do you remember learning to write your name for the first time? Forming every letter was a labor that required the utmost concentration and focus. It would take years before writing those few simple letters in the correct order became automatic.

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What is Executive Dysfunction?

Up to 90% of people with ADHD struggle with executive dysfunction. While ADHD is one of the most common causes of executive dysfunction, many people with other conditions and learning differences also struggle with it. Is your child one of them?

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Quotes to Inspire Learners With ADHD

While it doesn't make living with ADHD any easier, it may be helpful to know that more and more people are being diagnosed with it. You may be surprised to know just how many extremely successful people have this specific type of neurodiversity.

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Evaluating School-Aged Children for Learning Differences

Imagine you've woken up in the morning to discover a beautiful, unique flower in your garden. You want to help it thrive, but you've noticed that it seems to have different needs than your other plants. It becomes clear that you can't force this plant to conform—you need to identify your flower and give it exactly what it needs.

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Classroom Coping Skills for Kids With Auditory Processing Disorder

As many as 7% of school-aged children experience Auditory Processing Disorder. These learners might have trouble distinguishing the individual sounds that form words. It is not a hearing difference—it's a challenge related to how the brain parses language.

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What Is Auditory Processing Disorder?

Roughly two in every 1,000 children have auditory processing disorder (APD). APD can impact how a child speaks, reads, and writes, and it can affect their self-esteem.

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Understanding Learning Differences and Related Diagnoses

As a parent, you want your little ones to learn all they can and grow up to be the best version of themselves.

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Inspiring Quotes To Motivate Learners With Dyslexia

Motivational words coming from someone who is supposed to love you, like a parent, can be harder to accept than encouragement from a favorite and important figure.

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Specialized Curriculums for Children With Learning Differences

During the 2019-2020 school year, 7.3 million American students received special education services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. Yet this number accounts for a small fraction of the students with learning differences.

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