Forensic Evaluations for Child Custody
Forensic evaluations for child custody provide important information about the psychological and emotional well-being of the children and parents involved in a case.
Is ADHD A Learning Disability?
What Parents Need To Know
While ADHD is not considered a learning disability, it may have an effect on a child’s academic achievement and abilities.
Teaching Resilience: How To Build Childhood Resiliency
Teaching resiliency is gaining momentum as a critical tool in addressing the current childhood mental health crisis. Learn strategies for building these valuable tools and help your child thrive.
Why Does My Child Only Misbehave At Home And Not At School?
Children’s behavior varies in different environments and with different people. Learn why it happens, how to support your child, and encourage their behavior.
My Child Has What?
Understanding Your Child’s Diagnosis
Evaluations often assign a child with a learning disorder diagnosis, many sound scary when they aren’t fully understood by parents.
Art Therapy Activities That Kids
And Parents Can Do At Home
Learn art therapy activities kids can do at home, and discover how you can encourage your children to use their imagination and explore their feelings to boost their self esteem and coping skills.
What Is Early Intervention For Toddlers?
Early intervention is designed to help infants, toddlers and preschoolers who have been diagnosed with childhood developmental delays or disabilities.
Signs Of Autism:
Early Diagnosis in Toddlers (Two Year Olds)
Autism spectrum disorder can be difficult to diagnose in toddlers, so it's important to be aware of the signs. Learn what to look for in your 2 year old.
Special Education Acronyms:
Navigating The Special Ed System
Whether your child is currently receiving extra support at school or you’re beginning the process of having your child evaluated, it’s important to know what all the different Special Education (SPED) acronyms stand for and how they impact the services your child receives.
Surgeon General: Youth Mental Health Crisis And How Teletherapy Can Help
The Surgeon General is also intently focused on making sure that every child can access and afford high-quality mental health care, which will require scaling up evidence-based interventions, technologies and services – and teletherapy plays a huge role in expanding accessibility.
Teenage Suicide: It’s Time To Talk About It
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, and as millions of teenagers transition back to school, we want to remind parents that you are never alone and help is available.
What If My Child Is Not Meeting Milestones?
It’s important to know when your child may be showing signs of developmental delay and how to take action to address any deficits. Follow these tips if you think your child is missing developmental milestones.
Behavioral Therapy Activities For Autism
The autism spectrum represents a wide range of symptoms and traits, and every child on the spectrum is unique, with their own strengths and abilities, and sometimes needs and challenges.
Post-Covid Delays In Elementary Schoolers
When COVID closed in-school learning, few anticipated the negative impact on more than 1.6 billion learners worldwide. Over two years later, parents and educators alike are seeing the effects of learning in isolation.