Nov/Dec 2013

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To the Holidays and Beyond!

A movie that has become a childhood classic, and favorite for kids and parents alike, Toy Story, leads to a lesson in staying-power. The main character, Andy, etched his name...

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Tips on the Affordable Care Act

Question: Medicaid eligibility has expanded in some states and insurance is now a viable alternative for many families with special needs. How should they evaluate their options? Answer: Scrutinize Coverage...

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ASK Angie ASL + Tips: The Holidays

The Holidays: As we approach the holiday season, let’s take some time to learn some fun holiday signs that the entire family can use. Remember to encourage signing when your...

An iPad for the Holidays Now What? 0

An iPad for the Holidays Now What?

This holiday season you have purchased an iPad for your child–now what? We know that looking for appropriate apps can be overwhelming and figuring out how to get started with...

The Middle School Monster 0

The Middle School Monster

Throughout a child’s middle school years, which usually includes sixth, seventh and eighth grade, the experiences are like something out of a novel. There are protagonists and antagonists who they...

Nutrition Myths Debunked 0

Nutrition Myths Debunked

All brown grain products are whole grain. False. Brown dyes and additives can give foods the deceiving appearance of whole grain. Read labels to be sure a food is whole...

Katherine Stanley: Proud of Myself 0

Katherine Stanley: Proud of Myself

Katherine Stanley Editor’s Note: when we ask for submissions, we usually get them sent to us by a parent or loved one who shares their proud moment. We received this...