Kate Kelly has been writing and editing for more than 20 years, with a focus on parenting. Her work has appeared in numerous publications, including Parents, American Baby, Shape, Baby Center and WebMD. A mother of three, she lives in Pittsburgh.
Posted by Kate Kelly on Mar 31, 2017
All kids can lose control of their emotions if they’re feeling angry, hurt, frustrated or sad. But when some kids with ADHD (also known as ADD) get up... Read More
Posted by Kate Kelly on Mar 22, 2017
Whether or not your child is taking ADHD medication, you may wonder what else might help reduce symptoms. Medication remains the most effective treatm... Read More
Posted by Kate Kelly on Mar 10, 2017
School voucher programs aren’t new, but they’re getting more attention than ever. If you have a child with learning and attention issues, you may wond... Read More
Posted by Kate Kelly on Feb 20, 2017
If your child has trouble with movement and coordination, you might wonder if he has dyspraxia. This brain-based condition makes it hard for kids to d... Read More
Posted by Kate Kelly on Feb 15, 2017
If your young adult child is struggling to stay organized and focused, he may wonder, “Do I have ADHD?” The same is true for parents who struggle with... Read More
Posted by Kate Kelly on Jan 30, 2017
When your child has executive functioning issues or ADHD (the impairment of executive functions), it’s important to talk with his teacher. If the teac... Read More
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