Help your children feel more understood if they have learning and attention issues

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- One in five children struggle with brain-based issues related to reading, math, writing, focus and organizationand the vast majority of them may never receive a formal diagnosis. To shine a light on this important issue,, in partnership with the Ad Council, will launch a new national Public Service Advertising (PSA) campaign titled "Two Sides," which shows what learning and attention issues can look like from both the adult and the child's perspective. Kevin Hagerwith and Rachel Vitti, a mom of a child with learning issues, spoke with FOX 4 to share ways parents can help their children who have learning and attention issues feel more understood.