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Here in the KLASS Center Clinic, we get lots of referrals to evaluate individuals of all ages for Attention Deficit […]


Children with dyslexia grow up to be young adults with dyslexia; however, there seems to be a popular common misconception […]


Not Following Through with Consequences Continuing in our series to help parents with their behavior management skills, we’ll talk a […]


Parents who suspect their child may have dyslexia, or parents who receive a letter from their school saying that their […]


We’re starting a series to help parents who feel a little off-track when dealing with their kids’ behavior. These are […]


Parents: remember to praise your child’s “good” behavior, that is, the behavior you want to see more of, rather than […]


One of the more problematic challenges that individuals with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) have relates to the concept of […]


The doctoral students and faculty members from the School Psychology Program have compiled various online resources that parents may find […]


The doctoral students and faculty members from the School Psychology Program have compiled various online resources that parents may find […]


The doctoral students and faculty members from the School Psychology Program have compiled various online resources that parents may find […]


The doctoral students and faculty members from the School Psychology Program have compiled various online resources that parents may find […]


The doctoral students and faculty members from the School Psychology Program have compiled various online resources that parents may find […]


The doctoral students and faculty members from the School Psychology Program have compiled various online resources that parents may find […]


  Few things are more enjoyable for a parent than to sit down with their preschool-age child and read a […]


In our last post, we continued the discussion of the ABC’s of behavior management, focusing on the C’s, Consequences. As […]


Building off of our earlier post on how to help children cope with the current situation with COVID-19, we want […]


  Children and adults alike have had to make significant changes in everyday life in a pretty rapid timeframe. Normal […]


Students on the autism spectrum face significant social challenges. Those challenges include understanding others perspectives, sharing space and making eye […]


Educational Specialist (EdS) in School Psychology   It’s back! The University of Tennessee, in an effort to help with the […]


  Numerous studies have demonstrated that children (and adolescents) experience fear and anxiety from content delivered through various media, and […]


  Smartphones have become ubiquitous; they are everywhere. According to the Pew Research Center, approximately 96% of adults report owning […]


Parents who suspect their child may have dyslexia, or parents who receive a letter from their school saying that their […]


  Reading disorders in general, but dyslexia, specifically, usually become evident in early elementary grades with children. Some reading disorders […]


  Repeated Reading is an easy academic intervention that involves the student reading a short passage several times. Reading the […]


Reading disorders in general, but dyslexia, specifically, usually become evident in early elementary grades with children. Some reading disorders that […]