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What is the best way to get help in school problems?
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Dr. Johanna Fricke
Pediatrics - Developmental & Behavioral
In brief: Evaluations by a
Developmental/behavioral pediatrician & child psychologist or neuropsychologist ( at p'gh children's hospital) would be ideal.
The individuals with disabilities education act mandates that the public school district assess & address your child's difficulties with learning, behavior &/or peer interaction if they are "educationally relevant." talk to your child's teacher & pediatrician first.

In brief: Evaluations by a
Developmental/behavioral pediatrician & child psychologist or neuropsychologist ( at p'gh children's hospital) would be ideal.
The individuals with disabilities education act mandates that the public school district assess & address your child's difficulties with learning, behavior &/or peer interaction if they are "educationally relevant." talk to your child's teacher & pediatrician first.
Dr. Johanna Fricke
Dr. Johanna Fricke
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Dr. Andrew Turrisi
Radiation Oncology
In brief: Stress can be social
Academic, or both combined.
And coping strategies are highly dependent on the students age and abilities to learn and adapt to the causes, and convert exogenous negative energy to motivation to choose to be unaffected, unstressed, academically successful, and not bothered by teasing or bullying neanderthals.

In brief: Stress can be social
Academic, or both combined.
And coping strategies are highly dependent on the students age and abilities to learn and adapt to the causes, and convert exogenous negative energy to motivation to choose to be unaffected, unstressed, academically successful, and not bothered by teasing or bullying neanderthals.
Dr. Andrew Turrisi
Dr. Andrew Turrisi
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