Building on strengths

Video: Common Strengths of Children With Learning and Attention Issues

By The Understood Team

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Everyone has some strengths and some challenges—a concept scientists call “neurodiversity.” And certain pockets of strength tend to go along with different learning and attention issues and ASD. Watch this video from the National Center for Learning Disabilities to learn what strengths your child may have.

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Portrait of Mark Griffin

Mark Griffin, Ph.D., was the founding headmaster of Eagle Hill School, a school for children with specific learning disabilities.

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