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Navigating the Annual IEP or 504 Plan Meeting in a Virtual World

learninglab23 September 9, 2020
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This year, your annual meeting will most likely be conducted virtually. Here are some tips

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What Does Your Child’s School Look Like This Fall?

learninglab23 August 19, 2020
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As school districts release their health and safety plans for school this Fall, parents scramble

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No Classroom, No Problem: Tips for Managing the New School Year

learninglab23 August 5, 2020
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Most school districts will be administering part-time or full-time distance learning this fall. Here are

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Adjusting to a New Kind of School Year

learninglab23 July 22, 2020
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Back-to-school time this year will be challenging for educators, parents, and especially children. Here are some tips to help prepare and set expectations.

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How to Help Your Child with ADHD to Sleep More Soundly

learninglab23 July 8, 2020
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Having a healthy sleeping pattern is tough enough for adults, never mind children with ADHD. Fortunately, there are things you can do to help them have a good night’s sleep.

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How ADHD Impacts Older Kids

learninglab23 June 17, 2020
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A national parent survey found that around 6.1 million children (9.4%) have ADHD. When many think of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), they picture young children. However, around 3 million people with ADHD are between the ages of 12-17. There are many questions and some breakthroughs about how the condition changes as children get older and approach adulthood.

We look at what parents can expect of tweens and teens with ADHD.

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5 Reasons Why Audiobooks Are Awesome for Kids with Dyslexia

learninglab23 June 3, 2020
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How much do we love audiobooks? Let us count the ways …

With children across the globe being schooled at home, thanks to COVID-19, many parents are worried about one thing: what will happen to their kid’s reading habits? Reading fatigue happens at the best of times, and for children with dyslexia, it can be especially difficult to stick to their reading lists when there’s no one there to walk them through it.

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How Foods May Help Control Your Child’s ADHD Symptoms

learninglab23 May 20, 2020
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According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), around 6.1 million children were diagnosed with ADHD in 2016. Many of them also struggle with other emotional, mental, or behavioral disorders.

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How Dyslexia Affects Your Child’s Brain

learninglab23 May 7, 2020
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A deeper understanding of dyslexia

Dyslexia is a common condition that affects 1 in 5 kids. Even though the name is familiar, you may not know much about it, beyond a vague notion that dyslexia makes it difficult to read.

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How the Coronavirus School Closings May Affect Student Growth

learninglab23 April 22, 2020
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The COVID slide

Summer is usually a time of fun and carefree adventure for kids as they take a break from school. Education experts know that it’s also a season where many students regress or forget much of what they learned during the year.

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