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Parenting is easier when you’ve got the nation’s top experts in your corner. Explore tips and insights on learning and attention issues.

Read  Expert Corner

Read personal takes on the highs and lows of learning and attention issues, and everything in between. Parents share stories about their journey.

Read  My Parent Journey

See what insiders are saying about learning and attention issues. Enjoy fresh insight from authors, education advocates and other influential people.

Read  The Inside Track

Get the latest on learning and attention issues—from groundbreaking research and school trends to inspiring celebrity profiles and success stories.

Read  In the News

Parenting a child with learning and attention issues can bring unexpected challenges. Get a leg up! Read tips from parents who’ve been there.

Read  What I Wish I’d Known Sooner

At Understood, we’re always working to raise awareness about learning and attention issues. Catch up on what we’re doing and what others are saying about us.

Read  News About Understood

Inspiring. Motivating. Caring. Meet people who are taking extra steps to improve the lives of kids with learning and attention issues.

Read  Making a Difference

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    This daylong event aims for a better foundation for education. And Understood will be there.

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  • Parenting Coach

    Practical ideas for social, emotional and behavioral challenges.

  • Vote for Understood!

    Understood.org has been nominated for a Webby as the best Family/Parenting site of 2015.

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  • Summer Learning Programs

    Explore the different summer learning options for kids with learning and attention issues.

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  • Through Your Child’s Eyes

    Simulations and videos to let you experience your child’s world.

    Julia video from Through Your Child’s Eyes
  • Join a Group!

    A safe place for you to connect with other parents like you.

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  • Tech Finder

    Find technology to help your child.

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  • “Can Someone With Dyslexia Go to Harvard?”

    Laura Schifter shares her personal story about overcoming stigma.

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