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Your Brain Is a Ferrari

Jul 18, 2013
By: Edward Hallowell, MD, EdD
Jeremy, age 12, sits in my office flanked by his mother and father. We have concluded our intake stage of his ADHD evaluation — meaning that we have pinpointed Jeremy's symptoms, struggles, and triumphs through his words, and we have noted the observations of his parents and teachers. We are...
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Why Dyslexia?

Mar 31, 2015
By: Brock Eide, MD, and Fernette Eide, MD
People often ask us how we decided to focus our work on dyslexia. The answer is simple: Because dyslexic people are amazing! When we graduated from medical school in the late 1980s, neither of us intended to work on dyslexia or learning differences. Ten years later our first child began to struggle...
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Finding Success With Learning Disabilities

Oct 30, 2014
By: Kids In The House
According to the National Center for Learning Disabilities, currently 2.4 million students are diagnosed with a learning disability and receive special education services in school each year. Learning disabilities can become very frustrating for children and their parents as they try to support...
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