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Walk into any busy classroom and you may feel like you’ve entered a tornado. Kids talking, teachers trying to get through content while navigating different requests, and the inevitable interruptions. When
Ross Loofbourrow, who was diagnosed in elementary school with ADHD and auditory processing issues, talks to Sand Hill School students about his journey growing up with ADHD and learning differences and how he
A panel of adults who grew up with learning and attention differences and have become successful in their work share their perspectives about who and what made a difference for them and how they found their &
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline has created posters that employ a little gentle humor to convey important messages about the resources available to help young people who may be feeling anxious, sad,
Executive functioning skills, which involve working memory, flexible thinking and self-monitoring, are key to learning. A child with executive functioning issues may have difficulty with prioritization, plann