By Lexi Walters Wright
Does it sometimes seem like your child’s teacher and her doctor are speaking different languages from you—and each other? Below, see the different ways different people may talk about your child’s learning and attention issues.
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.
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