By Lexi Walters Wright
Making and keeping friends are important skills to learn. But communication issues can affect kids’ ability to be social. These examples explain how.
Lexi Walters Wright is veteran writer and editor who helps parents make more informed choices for their children and for themselves.
Mark Griffin, Ph.D., was the founding headmaster of Eagle Hill School, a school for children with specific learning disabilities.
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