Austin and Central Texas students are heading back to school this month with new backpacks, lunchboxes, and probably a few butterflies in their stomachs. There’s always an air of excitement surrounding the new school year when meeting new friends and teachers, and of course, reconnecting with old ones. This year, there may be some bits
learning and developmental disorder
Despite the still sweltering Central Texas heat, September signifies that fall is just around the corner. And no time of the year feels more ‘collegiate’ than fall. College football’s back, class reunions take place, and older high school students looking to attend university next year start visiting campuses and filling out applications. The college search
Holiday gift-giving for children can be overwhelming to say the least. There are so many options, and no shortage of advertisements wooing them on TV, online, and everywhere else in between. There are additional considerations in order too when choosing a gift for a child with a learning and developmental disorder, like autism, or ADHD.