By Understood Editors
If you suspect your child has learning and attention issues, there’s a lot to think about—and learn. You might wonder how your child is feeling. You might be experiencing a range of emotions, too. This information can help.
Apr 09, 2014
Apr 09, 2014
Common Learning and Attention Issues
Learning and Attention Issues: Facts vs. Fiction
Learning Disabilities Facts, Trends and Stats
What’s the Difference Between Learning Disabilities and Learning and Attention Issues?
The Difference Between Speech-Language Disorders and Attention Issues
Why We Call Them Learning and Attention Issues
Practical ideas for social, emotional and behavioral challenges.
Find technology to help your child.
Simulations and videos to let you experience your child’s world.
Get tips on visiting the Mouse from the mom of a child with attention issues.
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Connect with other parents who understand.
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