By Victoria Scanlan Stefanakos
Learning and attention issues can be an important factor when deciding where to live after high school. There are resources you can use if you’re concerned your child may not have the skills needed to live independently.
Victoria Scanlan Stefanakos is a writer and editor for many national publications.
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