Why I'm Not Worried My Son Gave Up His Favorite Activity Because of COVID
My son's karate dreams were cut short during the pandemic. Now, he doesn't show any interest in getting back into his once favorite activity. Experts say that's totally OK, but offer advice on what parents in my situation should do.
My Son’s School Can Accommodate His Disability but Not Mine—Virtual Learning Made it Worse
My husband and I are blind, and while my son's school was able to expand his IEP services during virtual learning, nothing was done to help us parents step into the role of teacher's assistant. It's not our disability that's the issue, it's the lack of equal access.
Reese Witherspoon and Her 8-Year-Old Son Love This Kiwi Crate Subscription Box
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What Is Dysgraphia? When Bad Handwriting Is a Sign of Something More Serious
When your child is learning to write, messy letters may seem normal. But for kids with dysgraphia, no amount of practice will make perfect. Here's what to know about dysgraphia symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment.
What Is Parentification? Spotting the Warning Signs and How to Let Kids Be Kids
Parentification involves a role reversal between a parent and child, which causes the kid acts as an emotional or practical caregiver. Here's why it happens and how it affects development.
5 Expert Tips to Help Your Sensitive Child Navigate an Overwhelming World
There are many benefits to being a highly sensitive person. Here's how to help your child manage their deep feelings in ways that also teach them coping skills.