September 29, 2016

Bedtime Battle and Whine

By Jacquelynn Duquette, NPP, MS, RN It’s back… [more]

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9 Ways You Can Help a Special Needs Parent

When I set out to write 7 Things You Don’t Know About… [more]

9 Ways You Can Help a Special Needs Parent 9 Ways You Can Help a Special Needs Parent

7 Things You Don’t Know About A Special Needs Parent

About 6 million kids in America receive special education,… [more]

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What’s Wrong With Being Bored?

By Tanya Gesek, Ph.D. “I’m bored!” How many… [more]

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Parent Corner: Transition to Summer

By Tanya Gesek, Ph.D. I remember the last few weeks… [more]

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Behavioral Therapy for ADHD: Recommendations Ignored?

  Recommendations from the American Academy… [more]

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Blue Lights For Autism Event

April is Autism Awareness Month! April 2nd is National… [more]

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Bedtime Battle and Whine

By Jacquelynn Duquette, NPP, MS, RN It’s back to school time and kids are having trouble waking in the morning.  Groggy and tired in the morning and pushing limits to play longer in the evening. Getting less than the needed hours of sleep and can lead to mood changes, behavior problems and problems with attention […]

9 Ways You Can Help a Special Needs Parent

When I set out to write 7 Things You Don’t Know About a Special Needs Parent, I was a little nervous. I thought to myself, Who am I to speak for all special needs parents? My situation felt unique, and maybe no one would relate to what I was going through. I was encouraged by […]

7 Things You Don’t Know About A Special Needs Parent

About 6 million kids in America receive special education, according to the U.S. Department of Education. One out of every 10 children under the age of 14 has some type of special need, which includes any physical, cognitive, or medical disability, or chronic or life-threatening illness. Read more here!

What’s Wrong With Being Bored?

By Tanya Gesek, Ph.D. “I’m bored!” How many parents are hearing these words? Especially in the summer while the kids are on vacation??  My response? “Good.” We have become a generation of families that seem constantly on the go. As parents, we feel like failures if our children are not scheduled every minute of the […]

Parent Corner: Transition to Summer

By Tanya Gesek, Ph.D. I remember the last few weeks of school as a child. So excited to finish the year, and get on with vacation. Most assume that kids look forward to summer vacation and the carefree nature of nothing to do. So why is your kid freaking out? Why is your kid all of a […]