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Dietary Supplements Can Help ADHD and ADD Kids Headed Back to School

By Larry Newman
Vice President
Chief Operating Office
Kirkman Group, Inc.

Back to School with Special Needs; An Interview with CARD Founder, Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh

By Nora Tarte
Kirkman Group, Inc.

Four Ways to Help Overcome Back-to-School Anxiety

By AnnElise Hatjakes, M.A.
Contributing Writer
Kirkman Group, Inc.

Back-to-school does not have to mean back-to-stress. Returning to a regimented school schedule after a long summer filled with free time and fun activities can be overwhelming for children. However, in the transition from play dates to testing dates, some strategies developed by parents, psychologists and experts in education can help you to manage your child’s back-to-school anxiety.

1. Provide your child with proper nutrition

Seizures: Vital Information Your Child Needs for Going Back to School and More

By Teri Arranga
Contributing Writer
Kirkman Group, Inc.

During summer vacation, the call came. A mom. A friend. What do I say?

My mom-friend said: “We were at the beach. My son started having seizures…I’m scared. What do I do?”

Among all of the things that parents of developmentally disabled children have to deal with, seizures are at the top and among the most frightening and serious conditions.