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Mono County SELPA CAC

How children with attention deficit disorder (ADD ADHD) or learning disabilities like dyslexia can improve reading skills and achieve success at school.

A thank-you note to my mom for teaching me how to be a special needs mom

My mom taught me how to be a special needs mom ever since I was a kid.

Barbara Arrowsmith Young

Barbara Arrowsmith Young was born with severe learning disabilities, but as an adult she managed to completely overcome them by changing her own brain.

International Literacy Day 2013. Literacy is one of the key elements needed to promote sustainable development, as it empowers people so that they can make the right decisions in the areas of economic growth, social development and environmental integration. Literacy is a basis for lifelong learning and plays a crucial foundational role in the creation of sustainable, prosperous and peaceful societies.

Literacy is at the heart of basic education for all and essential for poverty eradication, gender equality, maternal health, child mortality reduction

Executive functions let people plan, organize and complete tasks. Here's a closer look at this important set of skills and how executive functioning issues can affect your child's everyday life.

Executive functions let people plan, organize and complete tasks. Children & adults with Autism, struggle with executive function skills.

5 Simple Concentration Building Techniques for Kids with ADHD or who are easily distracted.

Find concentration building techniques for children with ADHD. Play cognitive exercise games with your kid or teen to help the symptoms of ADHD improve.

Have you ever wondered why one kid may be more resilient than another? Let’s say Lisa and Jenny are students in the same eighth grade math class. They both struggle during the quarter and, in the end, they both receive low final grades. Upon hearing...

Why One Kid Gives Up While Another Bounces Back (INFOGRAPHIC)

This infographic describes why some kids are able to bounce back when they experience a challenging situation while other kids struggle to overcome.

ADHD… real disorder or figment of the imagination?  April 2013  When we look at symptoms, the child diagnosed with cerebral palsy is different from the child diagnosed with autism. The problem with this is that when we focus on symptoms we lose sight of the cause of those symptoms, which always lies in problems in brain development & organization. If instead we were to focus on the cause (the brain) we would realize that these very different kids have much in common with each other & with me

ADHD… real disorder or figment of the imagination? April 2013 When we look at symptoms, the child diagnosed with cerebral palsy is different from the child diagnosed with autism. The problem with this is that when we focus on symptoms we lose sight of the cause of those symptoms, which always lies in problems in brain development & organization. If instead we were to focus on the cause (the brain) we would realize that these very different kids have much in common with each other & with me

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