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Sep 15, 2017

5 tips to help your child (and yourself) become more resilient following Hurricane Harvey

Dealing with the aftermath of a hurricane or other traumatic event can leave a lasting impression on a child. Thankfully, children are naturally resilient and can recover with the right supports, empathy and empowerment. We share 5 tips to help turn a traumatic event into a lesson on compassion.
Aug 9, 2017

5 Tips for a Smooth Back-to-School for Children who have Language/Learning Differences

Whether your child is starting a new school or returning for another year, each academic year brings changes and a new set of challenges. We’ve gathered a list of actions that parents can take to help ease worry and make the back-to-school transition a more positive experience for all.
Jan 13, 2017

What is a Learning Difference?

One out of ten children has a learning difference such as: speech and language delays, dyslexia, perceptual deficit, auditory processing problems and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Oct 3, 2016

Red Flags for a Language and Learning Delay/Disorder

If a child exhibits 5 or more of the listed characteristics on a consistent basis, he/she may have a learning delay/disorder and be at risk for future academic problems. If parents or teachers are concerned, a developmental assessment, including a speech-language evaluation is recommended.