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6 Social Learning Activities for a Socially-Distanced Summer

attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and auditory processing disorder (APD) — that interaction may not be missed at all.In addition to her inattentive symptoms, my daughter struggles with learning differences.

Large groups, classrooms and other school settings, and even playdates can make kids like her feel anxious or awkward. Children like her are happy to simply stay at home in their comfort zone.

She has thrived during this time of remote learning and recent reports show she is not alone.1However, while my 13-year-old may not understand the importance of maintaining social connections, I do — and here’s why.Several studies, including one from the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL), have shown.

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