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  • Finding Out You Have Adult ADHD

    Finding Out You Have Adult ADHD
    Dr. Amy Moore, a cognitive psychologist with LearningRx, was recently featured in a WebMD article on emotions in adults with ADHD. The article, entitled, "Big Emotions From Learning You Have Adult ...
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  • April is Mathematics Awareness Month

    April is Mathematics Awareness Month
    LearningRx has some great news about your child’s math struggles: no one is destined to be “just bad at math.” Sure, genes may play some role in math struggles, but dyscalculia (the fancy word for ...
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  • April is Autism Acceptance Month!

    April is Autism Acceptance Month!
    April is Autism Acceptance Month (previously referred to as “Autism Awareness Month”), and LearningRx is explaining the potential benefits of its program for those with Autism Spectrum Disorder. ...
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  • Protecting Young Athletes from Concussions or Their Effects

    Protecting Young Athletes from Concussions or Their Effects
    March is Brain Injury Awareness Month and LearningRx has some tips to help parents protect their young athletes from concussions or minimize their effects. • Check the condition of your child’s ...
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  • 3 Myths About Learning Disabilities

    3 Myths About Learning Disabilities
    March 15 is “Everything You Think is Wrong” Day and LearningRx is sharing three myths about learning disabilities: 1. Tutoring is the only way to help kids with learning disabilities . Why it’s false: ...
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