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Senior Director, Learning Resources & Research, National Center for Learning Disabilities
Thu Oct 02 at 4:00pm ET
Kids with attention issues or ADHD might be easily distracted, have trouble concentrating or be overly impulsive. If symptoms like these affect your child, you may have questions about the best ways to help.
Sheldon Horowitz, Director of LD resources for the National Center for Learning Disabilities, joined us for a Facebook chat. Read the chat here: http://undrs.td/1rB2tRv
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