Some families have children that are different.
Actually, every child had difficult days. Even children in perfect families.
(Here’s the secret – there are no perfect families).
Having a child with ADHD or autism brings challenges to your home and to your child’s school experience.
Autism and ADHD are known as invisible disabilities.
A child with autism has no outward sign of his disability.
A child with ADHD looks just like every other child.
Yet children with autism or ADHD can act different than the other children. And this can cause confusion, frustration, and even anger in the adults around the child.
Here is what our expert Crystal has to say about taking a child with autism out in public.
Exploring Invisible Disabilities: ADHD & Autism is our short online video course geared to helping parents understand these two common invisible disabilities.
Two experts in education as well as ADHD and autism provide an understanding of both disabilities in a short video course. Only $24 will bring you to a peace of mind and understanding about your child and their disability.
Understanding invisible disabilities helps.
Curious? Find out more about our Exploring Invisible Disabilities video course.
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PS. You may want to see our free chart first.