By The Understood Team
Understanding learning and attention issues is a great first step to getting your child the support she needs. Here’s your guide to myths about learning and attention issues, and the facts to dispel them.
Elizabeth Harstad, M.D., M.P.H., is a developmental behavioral pediatrician at Boston Children’s Hospital.
1 Sign, 2 Sides: How You and Your Child May View Learning and Attention Issues Differently
What to Do If Your Child Was Recently Diagnosed With a Learning or Attention Issue
5 Common Learning and Attention Issues
Different Terms You May Hear for Learning and Attention Issues
Can Learning and Attention Issues Be Cured?
Is Premature Birth Linked to Learning and Attention Issues?
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