What Causes Learning Disabilities in Children?

Learning Center When some children have difficulties achieving certain skills in school such as solving mathematical problems, issues performing basic reading and writing assignments, and problems with reading, hearing and understanding educational information, they...

Top 5 Benefits of Sensory Play

Top 5 Benefits of Sensory Play Children learn through the five common senses, which include seeing, smelling, hearing, touching and tasting. Their brains are not yet well structured to be able to process complex things. To them, every little activity is a learning...

5 Ways to Know If Your Child Has a Learning Disability

5 Ways to Know If Your Child Has a Learning Disability Learning disabilities have become a very prevalent and common problem among children. They have been ignored for long enough due to huge misconceptions and stigmas in the society. However, there have been numerous...

Can Children Overcome Their Learning Disability?

Can Children Overcome Their Learning Disability? Children diagnosed with learning disabilities need positive reinforcement to help them live a happy and fulfilling life. Many parents worry about the way their children will cope with school and how they will interact...

5 Benefits of Reading With Your Children

5 Ways to Know If Your Child Has a Learning Disability If you want your children to become good learners and set them up for ultimate success in the future, one important thing you should be doing is reading with them. With your busy schedule, you might want to leave...

What is Dyslexia and what are the Symptoms

What is Dyslexia and what are the Symptoms Dyslexia is a condition that makes it hard for people suffering from it to read and learn. The condition happens when there are issues with the way an individual’s brain processes graphic symbols. People assume that...

Learning Disabilities At a Glance

Learning Disabilities At a Glance About half of all children with ADHD have at least one additional, co-existing condition. This compounds an individual’s cognitive, psychological, and social impairment. When a co-existing condition is found alongside ADHD, special...

ADHD & the Interest-Based Nervous System

ADHD & the Interest-Based Nervous System Most people are neurologically equipped to determine what’s important and get motivated to do it, even when it doesn’t interest them. Then there are some, who have attention deficit disorder, and a totally different brain...

Learning and Kids With ADHD

Learning and Kids With ADHD If We Could Run the World for Our Children, Wouldn’t That Be Great! Does this sound familiar?   My child isn’t keeping up with the class.My child can’t focus in school.My child’s grades don’t reflect his learning.   Do you hear...

The Dyslexic Iceberg

The Dyslexic Iceberg Only a portion of an iceberg can be seen on the outside. The rest is hidden on the inside. A dyslexic child is smart.A dyslexic child is intuitive.A dyslexic child is creative.A dyslexic child is kind.A dyslexic child is friendly.   All of...

Support Learning in Kids with an ADHD Brain

Support Learning in Kids with an ADHD Brain Simplify steps to learning so your child becomes a successful, life-long reader. Simplicity is a biological need of the ADHD brain. To understand the importance of simplicity, stop thinking of the brain as one organ....

My Child is Always Forgetful! What Can I Do to Help Him?

My Child is Always Forgetful! What Can I Do to Help Him? There are things you can do to help children with ADD or ADHD improve their working memory. If your child forgets to hand in completed homework, do chores, or bring home permission slips, try these strategies...

32 Red Flags for Possible Learning Disability

32 Red Flags for Possible Learning Disability If the behaviors look familiar to you, it is time to put your child on the road to being successful in school! Start your child out in school on the right foot! Don’t find out in the middle of the year your child is...

Stories From Parents of Dyslexic Children

Stories From Parents of Dyslexic Children My child has a learning disability.My child is functioning below grade level.My child has learning delays.My child has problems processing information. My child lacks confidence.My child is falling further behind.My child...

The 5 Must Haves to Be a Good Reader

The 5 Must Haves to Be a Good Reader “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” ― Dr. Seuss, I Can Read With My Eyes Shut!   1. A sound must convey a distinct meaning to the reader. The reader must...