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Respite, or a Break in Your Life to Recharge!

Respite, or a Break in Your Life to Recharge!

Most parents I know, both special needs parents and “typical” parents, have a great deal of difficulty making time for priorities

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4 Features of Total Fitness The Foundations of Better Living

4 Features of Total Fitness: The Foundations of Better Living

  “Did you wash your hands really good?” I inquire suggestively to my 11-year old athlete as he quickly exits the bathroom. “Yes!” is the nearly instantaneous reply. “Okay cool,...

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Special Needs Teacher Carol Cooper Boosting Children’s Confidence through a Story and Superhero Bears

Special Needs Teacher Carol Cooper Boosting Children’s Confidence through a Story and Superhero Bears

  Boosting Children’s Confidence through a Story and Superhero Bears Children of all kinds struggle in learning at one time or another and, in her role as reading specialist, Carol...

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Anxiety in Children and Adolescents

Anxiety in Children and Adolescents

Anxiety; it’s something we all feel. In fact, it’s normal to feel anxious. It’s our body’s way of letting us know that something is unsafe or harmful. It’s our body’s...

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What to Expect when Establishing Expectations

What to Expect when Establishing Expectations

As parents, we often say things like, “I just wish my child would ____ (e.g., get ready on time, put away his things, finish her homework)”. Establishing expectations involves letting...

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