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Resources – Articles on ADHD, Dyslexia, Brain Development

Recommended Resources for you to research ADHD, Dyslexia, Psychological Assessment, and Childhood brain development.

Do you need resources to learn more about ADHD, Dyslexia, Anxiety, etc. but don’t know where to begin? It can be overwhelming to sift through all the literature out there when you really just want some very simple questions answered.  We’re always collecting excellent resources for you to find what you want and need to know about Dyslexia, ADHD, Anxiety, early brain development, and more.  

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ADHD Factsheet

The National Resource Center on ADHD provides help for those with questions about ADHD in adults and children as well as guidance for those with ADHD symptoms or ADHD diagnosis.  More than 75 percent of children with ADHD continue to experience significant symptoms in adulthood. Understand more about ADHD and the resources available to you.

12 Tips to Reduce Your Child’s Stress & Anxiety

Stress and Anxiety are not the same!  Your child may be experiencing stress even if not diagnosed with anxiety disorder. About 10-20% of school-aged children experience anxiety symptoms. But an even larger number of children experience stress on a daily basis and it does hurt their physical, emotional, and intellectual development. Find out how you can identify and help to reduce your child’s anxiety and stress.

Signs of Dyslexia

The Yale center for Dyslexia and Creativity is a fantastic resource for parents and adults wanting to learn more about Dyslexia. What are the signs of Dyslexia? Is there treatment for Dyslexia? Read up on Dyslexia Success Stories.  Easy to use website with intuitive categories and easy to understand articles.  Get started now!

How Early Experiences Shape the Development of Executive Function

How can early experiences shape the developing brain?  Learn about executive functions, working memory, mental flexibility and how these skills are critical for development of cognitive and social brain functions.  We know executive function skills continue to build throughout childhood and adolescence so  Is there any evidence that childhood adversity can lead to deficits in executive functioning? If so, what can we do to avoid this?  Learn more in this report from the National Scientific Council for the Developing Child.