Call us at 1-800 CAN LEARN or We'll Call You
A 10 Minute Call Can Make All The Difference

Learning Centers Near


Find a Huntington Center near you

Huntington Connects


Join ADHD Blog Author Dr. Mary Rooney and Huntington Learning Center in discussing important information and tips for parents of children with ADHD.
View Webinar

Helping Kids Cope with School Anxiety

While remote learning has kept students engaged in the academic aspects of school all year long, students haven’t been exposed to the additional stressors that come with attending school in person. 

read more


Reading is a struggle for many kids with ADHD. In fact, studies show that kids with ADHD are more likely to have difficulty meeting grade-level reading expectations than kids without ADHD.

read more


Kids with ADHD, many of whom often struggle socially under normal circumstances, have had even more difficulty maintaining friendships or meaningful connections with classmates and peers throughout the pandemic.

read more

ADHD Success Stories

Too often, it can feel as though your child’s behavior, academic performance, or motivation in the present moment is something that defines how successful they will be as adults. In reality, they may just be going through a rough patch, and with your help and support, they will eventually come out the other side.

read more

Are Negative Thoughts Making It Hard to Stay Positive for Your Child with ADHD?

Returning to school this January has proven to be even more challenging than usual for many kids with ADHD and their parents. While the difficulty isn’t unexpected, it’s still not easy to cope with your child’s low motivation for schoolwork and, in some cases, uptick in oppositional behavior at home.

read more

Helping Kids with ADHD Cope with the Mental Health Impacts of COVID-19

We are now nine months into the COVID-19 pandemic, and school closures, social isolation, and uncertainty have persisted far longer than most of us could have imagined. A new survey from Nationwide Children’s Hospital shows that parents are increasingly worried about the long-term mental health effects of the pandemic. According to the survey, 66% are worried that their children’s mental health will suffer even more as the pandemic continues this winter, and 57% say they are running out of ways to keep their kids positive.

read more
1 of 34