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February 18, 2020

With all the electronics and  games being played on computers, tv's and apps, old-fashioned play happens less and less.  But research that shows a strong link between play and the development of cognitive and social skills. For example, play is linked to growth in memo...

September 9, 2019

Being a parent to a child with ADHD can take a lot of patience, especially during the school year when organization and time management are front and center every day. Although ADHD/ADD manifests differently, disorganization and a lack of time awareness are two common...

August 8, 2019

College is a drastic, exciting and nerve-wracking change of life for freshman. As our kids get ready to go off on their own  we want to set them up for a successful year. We need to help them with their emotions--and ours. We need to handle drop-off day with aplomb as...

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