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Christy

What IS Free & Appropriate Public Education For Your Child?

By Christy Calbos

Have you ever heard the acronym “FAPE”? It stands for “Free and Appropriate Public Education.” If you’re a parent of…

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Get ACT and SAT Accommodations for ADHD

How to Get ACT & SAT Accommodations for ADHD, Part 2

By Judith Bass

It can be incredibly confusing for parents to figure out how to get ACT and SAT Accommodations for ADHD, but…

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teen coaching

Is Your Teen Ready for Coaching?

By Jo Ann Skinner

Your teen is disorganized, continuously late, struggling with getting school assignments done and turned in, and not exactly thriving. So,…

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Overcoming Learning Challenges – A Complex Kid Speaks Out

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Do you sometimes feel like you don’t know how to talk to your child about her learning challenge? Do you…

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Wendy Williams

4 Steps to Prepare Your ADHD Child for College Admissions

By Wendy Williams

It is that time of year again – when the leaves change, the temperature gets cooler, and school buses are…

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Melinda McNeal

Improving Organization in Kids

By Melinda McNeal

Organization seems like it is just a series of steps…first, next, then finally. Yet it is actually much more complicated…

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Rob Tudisco

Meeting the Legal Transition to Post Secondary Education

By Rob Tudisco

Parents of students with ADHD and other co-occurring conditions are often concerned about the difficulties their children will face after…

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Ann Leverette

ADHD and Technology

By Ann Leverette

Low, Medium & High Tech In her first blog for ImpactADHD, Technology Series: Part 1, Ann Leverette set the stage…

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Kellie Huff

Selecting the Best School for Your Child with ADHD

By Kellie Huff

When all the accommodations in the world are still not working, how do you find out what options you have…

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