• Dallas, Texas
  • Preschool 4 -8th Grade

Resource Library

LEAF Resource Book List    . Tutors List (Fall 2017).  Additude Magazine  .  ADHD Parent Teacher Handbook  .      Signs & Symptoms Of Learning Disabilities

The ADHD Guide To Mobile Apps & Digital Tools  Thriving in College with ADHD. Helping Children with ADHD and ASD Sleep  .   The ADHD Guide To Making & Keeping Friends  .   ADHD Homework Survival Guide  .  Secrets Of The Brain    

LEAF Initative

LEAF (Learning Education & Assistance For Families) began as an idea by SMS parents with similar experiences and challenges. This idea was cultivated and soon developed into an organization that will help our community grow together in understanding learning differences among children.

Together we can support one another by providing ideas, information, resources and a place to connect with other families on a similar journey.

Please join us for an upcoming Speaker Series!
Feel free to view our upcoming speaker schedules, resources library, and provide us with feedback on any event or topic of interest.

Upcoming events:

Speaker:  Vanita Halliburton
Date: Tuesday, September 10th
Time: 7pm 
Location: St. Monica Catholic School Cafeteria

For Parents and Teachers
We all want to keep our teens safe. In this presentation you’ll learn to:

  • Recognize signs of stress and depression
  • Promote adolescent brain health and mental wellness
  • Foster strong coping skills in youth
  • Know the warning signs of suicidal behavior
  • Learn to recognize and respond to a young person in crisis
  • Connect with tools and resources to keep teens SAFE!

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Vanita Halliburton is co-founder of Grant Halliburton Foundation, a non-profit organization that works to strengthen the network of mental health resources for children, teens, and young adults; promote better mental health; and help prevent suicide. Vanita is a frequent speaker to students, educators, counselors, parents, community groups and professional conferences. She speaks from the heart about her son’s battle with depression and bipolar disorder, his suicide at the age of 19, and the need for a collaborative and comprehensive approach to suicide prevention in our community.