Here are some ways to support your family’s emotional health by staying active, working on independence and advocating for (new) school supports.
To help children with speech difficulties participate in remote learning, be sure to reach out to teachers so they know about your child’s difficulty.
Experts from Children’s National share tips for parents helping children with learning disabilities and attention difficulties learn from home.
Here are some things you can do to give your child with autism the most successful distance learning environment possible.
Finding out there is a label for what they are experiencing and getting the help they need can be life changing for kids with learning disabilities.