Posts tagged AD/HD testing in Cypress
Language, The Overlooked Problem

Language disorders are often overlooked when evaluating a child for learning and/or developmental difficulties. 

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A Breath of Good Health

Deep breathing has a wide range of emotional and health benefits. 

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Emotional difficulties and the Impact on Academics

When discussing learning disabilities, it is important to note the impact emotional difficulties can have on academic achievement. 

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Research Based Interventions for AD/HD

While AD/HD is not considered a specific learning disability, it certainly impacts a child’s academic performance. AD/HD diagnoses are on the rise and some researchers estimate more than 5 percent of preschoolers are diagnosed with the condition. 

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Nonverbal Learning Disability

Nonverbal learning disability (NVLD) is one of the least understood learning differences. In fact, the learning difference is not in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), the handbook that classifies mental disorders used by mental health clinicians. 

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When to Do an Evaluation

Many parents have heard the term “evaluation” or “assessment” or told to get their child “tested.” The challenge is many parents do not know exactly what that means or when testing is necessary. 

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