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Posted by The Understood Team on Jan 19, 2017
Finding a babysitter who gets your child and can keep things running smoothly is no small task. It can be even harder when your child’s issues create... Read More
Posted by The Understood Team on Jan 18, 2017
Learning to read isn’t something kids just do at school. There’s a lot you can do at home to help your child improve his reading skills. And some of t... Read More
Posted by The Understood Team on Jan 16, 2017
What is Universal Design for Learning (UDL)? How can schools use UDL to address kids’ unique learning needs? Gain a better understanding of how this i... Read More
Posted by The Understood Team on Jan 13, 2017
Having ADHD can create challenges for kids. But seeing how others with ADHD have succeeded can be a source of inspiration. Share these ADHD success st... Read More
Kids with dyslexia can face many challenges. But knowing that others have faced the same issues—and succeeded—can be a huge source of encouragement. S... Read More
Posted by The Understood Team on Jan 12, 2017
Helping your child through the process of choosing a college, applying and then getting ready to go can seem like a daunting task. Like everything, it... Read More
Learn how she found her talent and took it all the way to an Olympic gold.
When your child goes off to college, will her accommodations from high school go with her?
Dr. Sheldon Cooper struggles with social skills—just like this mom’s son.
Jan 20th at 12:00 pm
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