Is Autism a Disability?

According to the U.S Department of Labor, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is considered a neurological developmental disability. The symptoms are measured on a spectrum from subtle and mild symptoms to severe cognitive and developmental delays. The need for specialized support and services can vary wildly from case to case. Because […]

Signs & Symptoms of Learning Disabilities & Disorders

Your child is struggling in school. You’ve noticed some warning signs and you think it’s possible they have a learning disability or disorder. What do you do? Where do you start? This guide will give you a starting point and help you along the path to becoming educated and informed. […]

ADHD in Women: Symptoms & Signs

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is typically considered a childhood disorder, but it follows many people into their adult lives. As it does in childhood, ADHD impacts substantially more men than women. An estimated 5.4% of men aged 18 to 44 have ADHD compared to 3.2% of women, according to the National Institute of […]

How to Self-Advocate as a College Student with a Learning Disability

Self-advocacy is necessary for college students with learning disabilities as they navigate their postsecondary education. If you are a student with a learning disability, learning to self-advocate allows you to gain the tools you need to get the most out of your college learning experience. Reviewing information about how you […]

Early Signs of Dyslexia in Children

Do you think something is holding your child back in school? Learn to identify the early signs and symptoms of dyslexia and get your child the help they need. You’ve heard the idea that someone who has dyslexia reverses their letters. They write the letter b when it should be […]

9 Signs Your Child Is Struggling In School

Do you suspect your child is having problems in school? Are they having trouble with homework, or are they not acting as they usually do? Whether they attend a private or public school, it often doesn’t matter. As you know, childhood is difficult: hormones are changing, new social pressures arise, […]

What You Should Know About “Study Drugs”

Did you know that 26% of college students reported using study drugs? Are you wondering what signs to look for? In this article, we’ll go over the signs of study drug misuse and why students use study drugs. This is a challenging topic for parents. It’s a difficult topic to […]

13 Simple Ways To Help Your Child Succeed In School

Why Your Kids Are Struggling In School (And How To Fix it) No parent wants to see their kids struggling to succeed at school. If your child is on academic probation, failing classes, or has behavior problems, know that you aren’t alone. NeuroHealth has a team of specialists to help […]

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Get through It Together: The Real Benefits of Couples Therapy

Did you know that the average couple who attends counseling has been unhappy for six years before seeking help? If you’re struggling in your current relationship, you’re not alone. Everyone handles stress and anxiety differently. Our significant other often becomes the brunt of our frustrations. Movies and books often portray couples therapy as embarrassing, […]