S4, E1: Ask The Experts – Early Intervention for LD

Every child needs early parental involvement, but for kids with learning and attention issues, early intervention stands as perhaps the most consequential thing parents can do to ensure their child reaches their full potential. On this episode, our panel of national experts discusses how early intervention can enhance children’s outcomes.

S3, E10: Ask The Experts – Helping LD Kids Own Their Emotions

It’s not unusual for kids to lose it from time to time. But such outbursts can be commonplace for children with learning and attention issues because neurodivergent children often struggle to own their emotions. Fortunately, there are strategies that can help parents help their neurodivergent children from kindergarten to college develop what is known as emotional self-regulation and better manage situations when they are stressed, anxious, annoyed, and frustrated. On this episode,  our panel of experts provides strategies and solutions for helping children of all ages better control their feelings.

S3, E9: Ask The Experts – Mental Health Needs of LD Students

Our expert panel provides tips and strategies to identify red flags and respond positively to help children before or after mental health issues take root. Dr. Melissa Boduch serves as a lead learning specialist and academic advisor at the Center for Student Success at Beacon College in Leesburg, Florida. Boduch specializes in providing academic support, Read More…

S3, E8: Ask The Experts – Neurodivergence Among People of Color

On this episode of “A World of Difference: Embracing Neurodiversity,” our expert panel looks closer at the twofold challenges that neurodivergent children of color can face and provide strategies to head off the issues that can undercut their ability to succeed and thrive.

S3, E4: Ask The Experts – Neurodiversity Globally

Today, there are 193 recognized countries in the world. And according to a recent review published in the journal Science, about 10 percent of people worldwide live with specific learning disabilities such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, and autism. Meanwhile, Article 24 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities requires countries around Read More…