First, you notice. We’ll show you how you can be certain there’s something going on with your child that’s out of the ordinary.
- Reading and writing
- Focus and organization
- Self-control and hyperactivity
- Frustration, stress, and anxiety
- Developmental milestones
Next, you observe. In this step, you’ll learn how to find and keep track of patterns in your child’s behavior with observation tools that you can download.
Now, you talk. In this step, you’ll find tips and conversation starters for talking with those who know your child best, like teachers, aides, and other caregivers. And of course, don’t forget to talk to your child about what you’re observing.
Finally, don’t forget to engage. We’ll guide you on how and when to connect with experts like pediatricians and school specialists, who can help you figure out if your child might have a learning and thinking difference.