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Parents and Children

"The evaluation is just the beginning..."

"Many questions were left open. The professional concepts are not clear to us..."

"What is phonological awareness anyway?..."

"At school, they don't really know what to do with me..."

"We're confused and need a guiding hand..."

"What are my rights in graduation exams (bagrut)? In the army? 

More...and more...


If one of these questions is familiar to you, it's worthwhile for you to go back and turn to us!!! Nitzan invites you to meet our expert staff, which is at your service.


The purpose of getting professional advice is:

  • To receive answers to questions that have come up since the evaluation 
  • To assess treatment methods that were recommended in the evaluation and their appropriateness to your present needs 
  • To assist in dialogue with relevant agencies that you have contacted in light of the evaluation's results 
  • To receive information about your rights in educational institutions and organizations, for example: grade school, university (academic colleges), the army, and more 
  • To assist in coping with the accompanying difficulties in daily life 
  • In case of need, to refer to additional professional evaluations


If you wish to know more about parents to children with ADHD, you are advised to read Exploding Myths on ADHD. And, yes, our role is mentioned in this article. You are also advised to familiarize yourself with demystifying ADHD. The link here will lead you to an article that focuses on this topic. In this article the author, Rivka Schonfeld, asserts that:

Demystification is the formal educational of “explaining to the child the facts about their learning disabilities and helping them to understand the challenges and strengths learning disabilities can bring.” 

Demystification is actually a wonderful tool for helping children overcome their learning disabilities because it enables children to understand how they learn. They identify and understand their individual strengths and weaknesses – thereby learning how to advocate for themselves.