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Dear Friend,

EF and Behavior Families everywhere are getting into the back-to-school groove. If your child has LD and/or ADHD, he might be feeling more angst than excitement. If so, you may want to take proactive steps to alleviate anxiety and help your child refocus on learning. Scroll down for tips, tools and conversation starters to help you do exactly that. Think of it as TLC to turn tears and tantrums into a more confident, can-do attitude.

Sincerely,
The NCLD Team

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Tips to Talk to Your Child About Distraction and Focus
Tips to Talk to Your Child About Distraction and Focus
Just in time for the new school year: Get ideas on how to talk to your child with ADHD about problems like distraction, procrastination and taking directions. Try these heartfelt tips from a single mom.
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13 (Better) Questions to Ask Your Child About School
13 (Better) Questions to Ask Your Child About School
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13 Free Assistive Tech Tools
13 Free Assistive Tech Tools
Budget tight? From our AT and apps collection, here’s a handful of free assistive technology tools for LD.
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Android Apps: Spelling & More
Android Apps: Organization and More
Android users in our community recommend these apps for organization, math and spelling.
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Executive Function Checklist
Now’s a great time to start noting your child’s executive function issues. This handy checklist can help.
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Back-to-School Parent Toolkit
Our free e-book includes valuable tips on how to advocate for your child. Download it now.
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