Last week’s Time magazine had an essay that nearly moved me to tears. In my mind’s eye, I could see not only the hundreds of teens I’ve tested and worked with over the past 33 years, but also my own three children. The writer made me think about all the roadblocks, dead ends, and sudden […] Read more »
Making School Work For Your Child
Making School Work is for parents whose children struggle to work up to their potential in school because of learning issues, problems with attention or development, or social/emotional concerns. It offers useful information and “helpful hints” drawn from my experience evaluating children and working with parents for over 30 years. It will focus on giving parents tools so they can help their children succeed, in school and in life.
Please post your comments, and ask questions. It’s what teachers tell your children—put your hand up and ask, because there are probably other parents with the same questions!
Many parents know that their child has problems with organization. Some days, it probably feels as though some really bad magic spells have been worked in your household, resulting in things being lost, late, and left behind. The “curse of disorganization” shows up in messy bedrooms, homework that gets done but not turned in, disappearing […] Read more »