By Lexi Walters Wright
High school parties are prime social events. But it can be difficult for teens with learning and attention issues to feel comfortable at them. Learn why, and how you can help.
A veteran writer and editor for parenting magazines and websites, Lexi Walters Wright has a master’s degree in library and information science and is proud to serve families at Understood.org.
Jenn Osen-Foss, M.A.T.
Apr 17, 2014
Apr 17, 2014
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