"I once had a father tell me he thought his son just needed to try harder because he wasn’t doing well in school," Yellin said. "So, I told him to take off his glasses and read a sign on the wall. He took off his glasses and said, ‘I can’t read the sign.’ I responded to him, ‘Well, try harder.’
"This is what’s it’s like when children have memory issues. Trying harder is not the issue," he said to a smiling audience.Thanks to Ann Marie Kennedy and everyone in Upper Saddle River for inviting Dr. Yellin to speak!
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