Research in the learning disability or educational field has reached a consensus with regard to the two categories of disabilities widely known today: information processing disabilities (processing input, integration, storage, and output) and impaired function disabilities (dyslexia, dysgraphia, math disability or dyscalculia, nonverbal learning disability, and disorders of speaking andRead More →

Complaints from School Incomplete Classwork Arguing and fighting Sibling rivalry and conflict Struggling with Homework Thumb-sucking, nail-biting, bed-wetting. Shy and no self confidence Problems with Speech. Difficulty in accepting family situations. Sounds Familiar! Does this remind you about your Child? Well there is nothing to be embarrassed about; this isRead More →

Children will show real interest towards books, reading and learning later on, if their parents expose them to reading aloud and to an environment that promotes the written language through posters with words and corresponding images, for example. Several developmental studies confirm that the more and earlier a child isRead More →