How to Achieve Academic success for kids learning from home

March 23, 2021

Dr. Silverman appeared on Arizona ABC15 as a Health Insider to discuss how being open to different learning styles may help your child succeed in school.

This brief video discusses how shorter lesson plans and lots of room for learning allowed students to wiggle between subjects could be the reason many students who struggle with ADD saw academic success with remote learning.

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