ADHD & Learning Disability Resources

It is estimated that 70% of those with ADHD will have one or more learning disabilities (LD). LD problems can apply to kids and adults with ADHD. For additional ADHD and learning disability resources you may find useful, sign up for our monthly “Positive Steps” newsletter.

ADHD & Learning Disability Resources

Practical Strategies & Tools to Help Kids with Dysgraphia

Lindsey Biel, MA, OTR/L, ADDitude Magazine, Updated on March 30, 2022

When ‘Careless Mistakes’ Aren’t: Dyscalculia, Math Anxiety, and Learning Strategies

Renee Hamilton-Newman, M.Ed., MS – Sp.Ed., ADDitude Magazine, Updated on December 31, 2021

What is Nonverbal Learning Disorder?

Devon Frye, Linda Karanzalis, MS, Medically reviewed by ADDitude’s Medical Review Panel, ADDitude Magazine, Updated on April 27, 2022

How to Support Children with Language Processing Disorders: A Parent’s Guide

Ellen Braaten, Ph.D., ADDitude Magazine, Updated on February 16, 2021

Auditory Processing Disorder: Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment

Nathaly Pesantez, ADDitude Magazine, Updated on March 30, 2022

How to Prepare for Your Child’s Annual IEP Review

Karen Sunderhaft, ADDitude Magazine, Updated on April 16, 2019

The Best Way to Explain Learning Disabilities to Your Child

Rick Lavoie, MA, M.Ed., ADDitude Magazine, Updated on July 9, 2021

Remote Learning Loss Is Widespread, Thorny for Students with ADHD

ADDitude Editors, ADDitude Magazine, Updated May 17, 2021

This last school year was a struggle for many ADHD students with LD problems while some thrived. Read on to learn what others thought of the year.

What Is My Child’s Learning Style?

Leslie Josel, ADDitude Magazine, Updated October 9, 2020

Do you know your child’s learning style? Here’s a short article that can help you identify how your child learns.

What’s Your Child’s Cognitive Learning Style?

Karen Sunderhaft, ADDitude Magazine, Updated June 23, 2021

Did you know there are two different cognitive learning styles? Read on to learn how to identify them.

11 Summer Brain Builders

Sandra Rief, MA, ADDitude Magazine, Copyright 1998-2021 New Hope Media LLC

Parents can never have too many activities or tips on how to keep their child with ADHD or LD from losing learning skills during the summer.

Clever Ways to Stem Learning Loss This Summer

Ezra Werb, M.ED., ADDitude Magazine, Updated April 28, 2021

Here are more suggestions on how to lessen summer learning loss.

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