Posts tagged parents
7 Ways to Help Your Teen Become a Better Essay Writer

A lot of teens view writing more as a chore than a vital life skill. For this age group, writing is a menial task they often have to deal with at school. It could even be viewed as a task assigned to them as homework or part of a time-pressured activity. Because of these, it’s difficult for them to think of it as a fun activity.

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Preparing for High School: A Parent’s Guide from a Teacher’s Perspective

With the start of school upon us, we’re excited to share a guest post from a teacher’s perspective about getting your High Schooler ready to start a new school year! Read on for her advice on the best way to help your child prep for the new year ahead!

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How to Best Support Your Child with a Learning Disability

As a parent, we’re often troubleshooting challenges as they happen. So when you suspect your child may have a learning disability, it can be overwhelming to know where to start and how to obtain the resources to best support your child. To help streamline your next steps, we spoke with Dr. Liz Matheis, a licensed Clinical Psychologist and certified School Psychologist who specializes in assisting children and their families with Autism, ADHD, Anxiety and learning/behavioral disorders.

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Helping Teens Prepare for College Through Communication and Encouragement

Make the most of your time before your child flees the nest to prepare them for college through communication and encouragement. In this guest post by Andrew Larke, LICSW, you’ll get conversation tips to help support your child on their journey into their future.

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