END The Homework Battle, Permanently

Briana Hurst ADD / ADHD, Anxiety, Auditory Processing, Classroom, Comprehension, Developmental delays, Dysgraphia, Dyslexia, Executive Function, General Information, Homeschool, Homework, IEP, Learning Challenge, Learning Disability, Math and Dyscalculia, Processing Speed, Reading, School, Sensory Processing, Social Skills, Spelling Leave a Comment

Parents: END The Homework Battle, Permanently If you HOPED this year would be better, and it’s not . . . If you just want your child to LOVE school again . . . There is hope . . . and REAL solutions. We specialize in ending Learning and Attention Challenges, including Dyslexia, by developing the weak, underlying processing and learning skills. …

7 Myths and the Truth About Learning Challenges

Briana Hurst ADD / ADHD, Anxiety, Asperger’s Syndrome, Attention, Auditory Processing, Autistic Spectrum, Classroom, Comprehension, Core Learning Skills, Developmental delays, Dysgraphia, Dyslexia, Executive Function, General Information, Homeschool, Homework, IEP, Learning disabilities, Math and Dyscalculia, Primitive Reflexes, Processing Speed, Reading, School, Sensory Processing, Social Skills, Spelling, Sports, Writing 2 Comments

Myth #1:  People with learning challenges just aren’t that smart. Truth:  By definition, students with learning disabilities have average to above average intelligence.  This is why it is so frustrating and confusing for all involved when otherwise typical students struggle in school Myth #2:  Students who struggle in school are just lazy. Truth:  After multiple failures, a student may give …

What’s it Feel Like to Be Me?

Briana Hurst ADD, ADD / ADHD, ADHD, Attention, Auditory Processing, Classroom, Development, Dysgraphia, Dyslexia, Executive Function, General Information, Homeschool, Homework, IEP, Learning Disability, Math and Dyscalculia, Reading, School Leave a Comment

I think everyone has times when they just wish someone could step into their shoes and really understand how they feel. I have a feeling our students with learning and attention challenges may feel this way a lot.  When they are told to try harder, and they’re already trying as hard as they can, it’s got to be frustrating. Because …