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You Butter Believe It

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“You can make learning fun by having your children cook with you.” -Barb White, LEAD Foundation Board Member and mom of a child with learning disabilities.  Cooking together is a …

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Robert

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Richard Groat doesn’t let dyslexia stop him from reaching his dreams and fighting for America’s. “LEAD gave me the tools to be a successful Army officer, student and businessman,” says …

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Jamie

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“LEAD has given me confidence and opened up my eyes to the different struggles we all have,” says Jamie, who has dyslexia. “It’s been eye opening. It’s also helped me …

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New Year, New You

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Eat better. Hit the gym more often. You probably already have these New Year’s Resolutions on your list, right? Well, we have a new one for you! Learn more about …

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‘Tis the Season

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With the holidays here, you’re probably decorating the house, buying gifts and preparing for holiday parties. Does that mean ’tis the season to be jolly – or stressing – for …

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Turkey Time Tips

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We’re sharing our Thanksgiving blog early to help you plan with your child’s learning disabilities or ADHD in mind. To make it easier on you child have you thought about …