The Dos and Don'ts of Treating Learning Disabilities

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The Dos and Don'ts of Treating Learning Disabilities

When my youngest child was diagnosed with a learning disability, I immediately started looking for everything I could learn about it. I knew that there was a lot of information available about the disability, but I found a lot of conflicting information about what works and does not work in dealing with the disability. I talked to a few other parents and they were left feeling the same confusion I was. I started this blog to help other parents understand what treatment options are available and what has and has not worked. I hope that by sharing this information, other families will get the help they need.


Isomerism In Organic Chemistry

Organic chemistry includes the study of isomers. Cumulatively, these molecules have the same amount of atoms as each element, but the atoms are arranged differently inside the molecule. Here is a bit of information about different types of isomerism to help you better understand it. Why does isomerism matter? Since the atoms are arranged differently within the molecule, isomers of a single molecule can differ dramatically in their chemical and physical properties. Read More 

Help Your Child Master The Skills Necessary To Acquire Their Drivers License

If your child is learning how to drive and is anxious to acquire their license, the following tips may help them master the skills that are needed to remain safe on the road and may help them pass their driving test on their first attempt. Driving Lessons Sign your child up for driving lessons at an accredited school. A driving instructor will ride with your child while they are on the road and will instruct them on how to navigate through traffic and drive safely during different weather conditions. Read More 

Want To Send Your Child To Private School? Tips For Successfully Surviving The Admissions Process

The decisions you make about your child's education can affect the rest of their lives. If you live in an area with underperforming public schools that lack resources, the best solution for providing your child with a quality education is to enroll them in a private school. Once you create a short list of schools that will suit your needs, you will need to begin the admissions process. Top-rated private schools typically require families to undergo an interview and may require your child to take an entrance exam. Read More 

Modeling the Right Behavior: 4 Parental Examples That Will Make Your Child More Empathetic

It's no secret that children pay more attention to what you do than to what you say. They are often a reflection of what you put out into the world and how you treat others. So if you want your children to show more compassion and empathy toward others, you have to set the right example. Here are four ways you can model the right behavior and set an example for your child to follow when it comes to being empathetic. Read More 

The Benefits Of Private Preschool For Special Needs Children And Single Parents

Raising and caring fore a child with special needs can be tough, even more so if you are a single parent. You may have many fears about leaving your little one with strangers, especially if he or she has never been away from you much. However, for a single parent, your need for a break and help with your child may be greater than that of a couple. Check out these benefits of enrolling your special needs toddler in a private preschool. Read More