You know it. The never-ending battle of your son’s messy room. His room isn’t like other children’s, though. Your son’s room is an all-out black h
Question: When I was younger, children were diagnosed with ADD (attention deficit disorder). Now my grandson has been diagnosed with ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity
When you have a baby, you will likely be gifted with a lot of hand-me-down wisdom. Mothers, grandmothers, aunts, neighbors, friends – even well-meaning strangers
Though most of us think of childhood as a carefree time of life, children do experience worry and self-doubt from time to time. For some young people, these feelings can
I am passionate about motivating struggling readers. Many kids don’t think of themselves as readers at all (or as good students) because of dyslexia, ADD or other c
Not long ago, a family came to see me with concerns that their toddler wasn’t communicating like other 18-month-olds. We don’t expect a lot of speech at that
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