Although anxiety is often thought of as an adult problem, it’s also a childhood disorder. While children do not face the same life obstacles as adults, they have their own issues and struggles. Anxiety may be rooted in a specific phobia, such as fear of the dark or fear of spiders, or it may be […]
About Cynthia Kane
Cynthia Kane, PhD is a 1996 graduate with a B.A. from the University of Iowa. She obtained her PhD in 2010 from the Illinois Institute of Technology with an internship and post-doctorate from the University of Chicago. Cynthia has participated in research topics to include abbreviated assessment batteries in identifying learning disorders and ADHD. In addition, she has trained fellows and residents, and psychology practicum and internship students in Neuropsychology assessment. In her career, Cynthia has tested and helped countless kids to develop a plan to reach their maximum potential.
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Children diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) may face many obstacles in the classroom. Structure and consistency are the two main keys to success for children with ADHD, but each case presents with its own challenges and accommodations should address the unique needs of the individual student. The following are examples of what a […]