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Special Needs Advocacy -- Support for Children, Teens, and Parents

 

  Special Education Advocacy 101: What Every Parent Needs to Know
by Sheryl Frishman, Esq., Frishman & Faber, Mt. Kisco, NY

 

  There is Help Available for your Child in the Classroom: Support & Success
by Sharman Ward Dennis, M.Ed., Global Enrichment Solutions, LLC

 

  Young Children with Down Syndrome: Information for Parents and Teachers
by Kathlyn, Tipton, M.A., L.E.P. of edteaminc.com

 

  Include Technology in Family Time, and Introduce your Children to Appropriate Sites
by Judith Greenberg, Ph.D., Director of School Finders, LLC

 

  Black and white thinking: Developing the middle ground
By Deb Browne, MS, CCC-SLP Brehm Preparatory School

 

  Tips for Helping Children with Symptoms of ADHD
by Sarah Major, MA, Child1st Publications

 

  The Role of Emotions in Learning
by Sarah Major, Child-1st Publications

 

  Parents Right to Seek Reimbursement for Private Special Education Placement When School District Improperly Fails to Find Student Eligible for Special Education Services
by Lana Traynor, of the Traynor Law Firm, LLC

 

  Techniques to Facilitate Speech and Language Development in Young Children
by Craig Selinger, M.S., Licensed Speech Therapist

 

  First Steps to Take When Your Child is Struggling with Reading
by Sarah Major, Child1st Publications, LLC

 

  Is it ADHD... and why do I need to know yet?
by Cindy Goldrich,Ed.M., ACAC, Certified ADHD Parent and Teen Coach, www.PTScoaching.com

 

  What We Can Teach Kids AFTER We Learn and Live the Lessons Ourselves
by Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

  Self-Motivation: The Root of Success Against All Odds
by Sarah Major, Child-1st Publications

 

  Inactivity in Teens Can Lead to Behavioral Problems
by Dr. Randi Fredricks, Ph.D., Director of San Jose Therapy and Counseling

 

  Should You Hold Your Child Back a Grade?
by Linda Balsiger, M.S., CCC-SLP

 

  How to Prepare for -- and Manage -- IEP Meetings to Help Your Child
by Karen Ford Edler, Edq., and Katie Razin

 

  The Gender Gap in Learning Disabilities Diagnosis
by Judith Greenberg, Ph.D., Director of School Finders, LLC

 

  Bullying May Violate Disabled Child's Civil Rights
by Allison Hertog, J.D., Florida School Partners advocacy

 

  Comprehensive Career Evaluation for People with Learning Differences
by Beth Klein, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist & Academic/Career Consultant

 

  Support for Students with Learning Disabilities In Transition To College - What parents can do
by Dr. Peter Love,Mitchell College, New London, CT

 

  Back to School ...Is it Time for a New IEP?
By Stephanie Barry, M.S., CCC-SLP of Independent Speech, LLC

 

 

  Mothers Advocating Successfully for their Children
by Amie Borst

 

  Finding the Right Caregiver for Your Child: It's all in the Timing
by Ivy Wax, Educational Consultant

 

  Mainstreaming and Inclusion: Can They Work Well for Special Needs Students
by Sharman Word Dennis, M.Ed., Global Enrichment Solutions, LLC

 

  Learning independent Living Skills at Home:   Give your child a net, not a fish
By Douglas Gould, Residential Coordinator, The Berkshire Center

 

  Is Your Child Struggling in School or With Homework? Is Your School District Providing the Right Type and Amount of Support?
By Richard Isaacs, Special Education Attorney, Costa Mesa, CA

 

  Brain Training Games You Can Play With Your Child to Enhance His Cognitive Skills
By Wendy Burt-Thomas for LearningRx

 

  Learning Strategies for Children with ADHD
By Heather Lewis of Rockngolive.com

 

  Homework Strategies for Children with ADHD
By Linda Karanzalis, M.S., Learning Specialist / ADD Coach

 

  Why Does My Child Need a Special Education Attorney?
by Richard Isaacs, Special Education Attorney, Costa Mesa, CA

 

  Facebook Addiction: How to Avoid It
by Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

  Special Education Discipline within School Systems
by Thomas S. Nelson, Special Education Attorney, San Diego, CA

 

  Finding the Perfect Coach for Your Sons
By Maggie Avedisian, Ph.D., Clinical Child Psychologist, Ashburn Psychological Services

 

 

  Hey, Coach! Support for Struggling Parents of At Risk Teens
by Gail Bird Necklace

 

  Struggling Parents of Struggling Learners -- Advocate for Your Child
By Kim Hanson for LearningRx

 

  People with Special Needs Could be Badly Impacted by Workplace Anti-Bullying Laws
by Veronica Lieb-Crawford

 

  Help Your Child Overcome Shyness
By Wendy Burt-Thomas for LearningRx

 

  From Devastation to Acceptance to Advocacy: The Journey of a Mother & Attorney Through the Maze of Autism
by Sheryl Frishman, Esq., Frishman & Faber, Mt. Kisco, NY

 

  Improve Your Brain at Any Age by Sharpening Cognitive Skills
By Wendy Burt-Thomas for LearningRx

 

  Family / Parent Coaching -- the Good News
By Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

  Toys and Games that Teach Cognitive Skills
By Wendy Burt-Thomas for LearningRx

 

  Tutoring vs. Brain Training: A Parent's Guide to Making the Right Choice
from LearningRx

 

  Twice Exceptional Children: LD and Gifted
by Allison Hertog, Esq., Florida School Partners

 

  Tips to Help Your Child Finsih His Homework Quicker
by Karina Richland, Pride Learning Center, California

 

  Make Your Child's IEP Work for Her or for Him!
By Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

  Does Your Child Need a Tutor? Have Learning Disability? Ten Signs to Watch For
By Ann Dolin, M.Ed, President of Educational Connections, Inc.

 

  How to Know Whether Your Child Needs Help
By Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

  What is a Functional Behavior Assessment "FBA" and Why do I Need One?
by Sheryl Frishman, Esq., Frishman & Faber, Mt. Kisco,NY

 

  Advocating for Your Child Who is Having Trouble Learning
by By Sharman Word Dennis, M.Ed., Global Enrichment Solutions, LLC

 

  An Educational Consultant May Not Be Worth Hiring When ....
By Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

  Is Your Child's Behavior Affecting His/her Education? Emotional Disturbance: Know Your Rights
By Richard Isaacs, Special Education Attorney, Costa Mesa, CA

 

  It's Time to Get Organized
By Marge Weiner, Educational Consultant, Neptune, New Jersey

 

  Overcrowding the Special Needs Classroom with Adults
by Sharman Word Dennis, M.Ed., Global Enrichment Solutions, LLC

 

  Parent Alienation Syndrome - PAS - How to help your child avoid its damaging effects
By Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

  Teaching YOur LD Child Self-Esteem
by Dr. Michael McManmon, Ed.D., executive director of the College Internship Program, and the founder of CIP

 

  Why Wait? Why Not Help Your Struggling Learner Now?
by Dr. Russell Griffiths of Mission Viejo, CA and LearningRx

 

  Problem: How School Troubles Come Home
by Curt Dudley-Marling, Professor, Boston College Lynch, courtesty of LearningRx

 

  The Art of Letting Go -- Aspergers / LD students Living on Their Own or At School
by Dr. Michael McManmon, Ed.D., executive director of the College Internship Program, and the founder of CIP

 

  Young Adult Addiction Problem - What Parents Can Do
By Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

  What to Do if Your Child is Suspended from School
By Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

  How to Keep Your Child in a General Education Classroom
by Allison Hertog, Esq., Florida School Partners

 

  Special Education Advocacy 101: What Every Parent Needs to Know
by Sheryl Frishman, Esq., Frishman & Faber, Mt. Kisco, NY

 

  7 Ways to Ignite Your Child's Love for Learning
from LearningRx

 

  Kids Need to Learn to Experience Failure in Order to Deal with Real Life
By Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

IEP GOALS -- How to Set and Meet IEP Goals

 

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  How Should a Parent Prepare for and Participate in a CSE meeting?
by Sheryl Frishman, Esq., Frishman & Faber, Mt. Kisco, NY

 

  What Steps Should I Take If I Am Unhappy With My Child's Progress Towards His IEP Goals?
by Sheryl Frishman, Esq., Frishman & Faber, Mt. Kisco, NY

 

  What Can You Do if You Do Not Agree with the School District's Evaluations of Your Child?
by Sheryl Frishman, Esq., Frishman & Faber, Mt. Kisco, NY
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  Finally, Good News for Twice Exceptional Children (2007-2008)
by Allison Hertog, Esq., Florida School Partners

 

  How to Be A Good Stepfather
By Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

  Stepmothers Needs Support -- They are so Important!
By Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

  Can That be Right? Autism and IQ
by Allison Hertog, Esq., Florida School Partners

 

  What to Look for in an Educational Consultant
By Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

  Helping Your Distractible Child to Stay On Task
by Dr. Jared Maloff, Clinical Psychologist, Los Angeles, CA.

 

  The Changing Climate of Adolescence: Prediction, Warning, or Watch?
By Leslie Goldberg, M.Ed., CEP

 

  Parenting Teenagers with Love and Support
By Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

  Testing Accommodations for Learning Disabilities and ADHD
by Dr. Stephen Mouton, Clinical Psychologist, Los Angeles, CA.

 

  What is an Alternative School
By Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

  Ten Tips for Dealing with a Learning Disabled Child
by Dr. Jared Maloff, Clinical Psychologist, Los Angeles, CA

 

  Conscious Parenting
By Dr. Joseph Plasner, Balaban Associates, Teaneck, NJ

 

  It's Good to be the Grandparent
By Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

  Whining Behavior in Children and Teens: What a Parent Can Do
By Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

  Help! My Child Has No Friends
By Christine La Cerva, M. Ed.

 

  Why Adolescent Treatment is Different from Adult Treatment
By Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

 

 


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