Trust Your Gut Series

Identifying ADHD

Dr. Jeffrey Katz shares how military families can help recognize ADHD and advocate for their children in the midst of transitions.

Mental Health

Dr. Ingrid Herrera Yee helps us recognize underlying mental health concerns in children, separating fact from fiction in this session of Trust Your Gut.

Moving Mid Diagnosis

Dyslexia advocate and military mom Sara Jo Orr shares what it was like to move in the middle of the evaluation process.

Autism Acceptance

Rosemary Griffin, MA, CCC/SLP BCBA and Jaclynn Bosley, BCBA discuss how parents can recognize Autism Spectrum Disorder in their children.

Advice from a SPED Teacher

Special education teacher Shannon Rouff shares how parents can identify learning differences and navigate the special ed system.

Ready for Reading?

First grade teacher and Reading Specialist Melinda Giordano helps us understand how to recognize when your child is struggling with reading.

Early Intervention

Not sure if your child is meeting developmental milestones? Jill Chimka of Easter Seals tells parents of young children what to lookout for.

Demystifying Dyslexia

Dyslexia expert Laura Ross Stephenson helps families understand how to identify and prepare for a dyslexia diagnosis.

Planning Your EFMP PCS

Special Ed adds extra layers of complication to a PCS move. PCSGrades’ and EFMP mom, Natasha Harth shares how families can prep for a PCS with a special needs family member.

When to Ask for Legal Advice

IEP meetings feeling hostile? Special education attorney, Grace Kim shares when parents should consider hiring a special education advocate or lawyer.

Advice from a Pediatrician

Primary care pediatrician Dr. Jackie Cotton shares what parents need to talk to their pediatrician about when it comes to special education​.

Self-Care for Special Education

According to Noralee Jones from InDependent, self-care looks different for everyone, for some it’s a trip to Target, but for most people “it’s more than that.”

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