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5 Reasons Why Your Child’s Attention Problem Might NOT be ADHD

Jeremy wiggles constantly in his chair.  It keeps him from getting his work done and is very distracting to the students sitting near him. Manny talks to his neighbors all the time instead of doing his work.  He’s always interested … Continue reading

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“Mental Boot Camp” Can Improve SAT Scores, Student Success, and Even Change Alertness and Memory in the Over-50 Baby Boomers

Tyler was a motivated high school junior, potential Ivy League football player, and solid AP (Advanced Placement) student. But he was “SAT-Challenged!” Jessica was also an excellent student in her junior year in high school, but her test anxiety was … Continue reading

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Lazy Is NOT A Diagnoses – Clues To “Lazy” Students

I recently sat down with the parents of a high school student who has managed to barely get by in school.  When we finished an in depth testing process we discovered he has some serious learning problems.  His parents told … Continue reading

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How to Win the Homework “Battle”

Almost every parent has experienced the homework battle at one time or another. For some it’s a daily occurrence that leaves the parent or child or both in tears. In most cases, it doesn’t have to be this way. In … Continue reading

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Good Learners are Good Listeners

Is your child’s learning disability actually listening disability? You have heard about the link between auditory processing and reading.  In fact, if you have been a regular reader of this newsletter over the years, you might be sick of hearing … Continue reading

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