Helping Kids at School
Poor academic performance, school refusal or strained relationships with classmates and teachers are all problems children can face at school. From preparing for a new school year or knowing what to do about bullies to helping your child talk to their peers about challenges with learning, find ways to help your child have a good school experience.
ARTICLES AND SUPPORT
Help Your Child Adjust to the School Year
Here are some tips to help your child stay adjusted to school routines and expectations.
Preparing Kids to Go Back into the Classroom
Now that many children across world have spent the past year adapting to new models of remote education, there may be another period of transition when they return to in-person schools and classes. Learn what you can do to help make the transition easier for your child.
Interventions and Accommodations for School
Children with a learning disability, anxiety or ADHD may benefit from accommodations or interventions to improve their school performance.
IEPs, 504 Plans and FBAs Explained
Students who have a hard time at school may benefit from programs designed to help meet their educational needs or learning styles. The most common offered are 504 plans, Individualized Education Programs (IEPs), and Functional Behavioral Assessments (FBAs).
How to Talk to Your Child About School Safety
Children who worry about school safety are more likely to experience anxiety or depression, school avoidance due to fear, and may find it harder to concentrate on their studies.
How Do I Partner with My Child's School?
Our experts help you create partnerships with personnel at your child's school to help support their educational needs.
Wellness Tips for Students
Add wellness tips for your students to help them manage their mental health during the school day.