Kids who have difficulty managing to complete tasks in a timely manner can use a visual timer to help them stay on task as they develop a sense of time.
Parents have the right to request an evaluation for Special Education eligibility, which is a process that can take many months from your request to an IEP.
Students with attention difficulties may need special instructional practices, behavioral approaches, or accommodations to be successful in school.
Talented and Gifted (TAG) plans can include grade-skipping or many other options. Completing the Iowa Acceleration Scale can help with grade-skipping decisions.
Decisions about repeating a grade or holding your child back should be made considering the research leading experts to caution against grade retention.
Collaborative & Proactive Solutions is an empirically-supported, non-punitive, non-adversarial model for problem solving challenging behavior with kids.
Positive Discipline is a non-punitive parenting and classroom management approach emphasizing mutual respect, and encouraging adults to be kind and firm.
Portland-Area Resources, Books for Parents, Biographies & Memoirs, and Documentary Films
Recommended hours of sleep per day, screen time, bedtime routines, and habits for supporting healthy sleep.
Emotional Intelligence starts with building a nuanced vocabulary for your child to use as they develop their ability to identify and express their feelings.
Books, informational texts, and biographies & memoirs about transgender and nonbinary topics for children and teens
Kids need parents to share accurate age-approprite information about anatomy, sex, and pregnancy.
Describes psychological evaluations, their typical components, how they can help, and how they differ from checklists and screening assessments.
A percentile is the percent who have the same or a lower score; therefore, a percentile shows how your child’s score relates to the scores of other children.