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9 ways parents can empower a child who has learning issues


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If we want to empower kids with learning differences or ADHD, parents and schools need to ensure we’re identifying the right issues. We also need to understand that every challenge comes with built-in strengths, and tap those strengths to implement the right supports. If we do that (along with the other tips I’ve compiled here from dozens of experts), we’ll set kids up for both short and long-term success.

Here is my latest article for the Washington Post – On Parenting: 9 ways parents can empower a child who has learning issues

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Phyllis Fagell

Phyllis Fagell is a licensed clinical professional counselor, certified professional school counselor and journalist.

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