By The Understood Team
Kids with learning and attention issues may often have to deal with stress. In this video from founding partner the National Center for Learning Disabilities, successful teens share strategies that have helped them cope.
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Are Learning and Attention Issues Risk Factors for Anxiety?
My Sixth Grader Is Anxious About School. What Can I Do?
Signs of Anxiety and Depression in Different Grades
How Can I Help My Child Cope With Anxiety About Going Back to School?
Anxiety: Why It’s Different From Stress
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Jan 24th at 1:00 pm
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