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Recent Posts in September, 2019

  • Back-to-school Tips for Parents of Kids and Teens with ADHD

    Back-to-school Tips for Parents of Kids and Teens with ADHD
    For the parents of children with attention struggles, September can bring a host of anxiety for the entire family. Children and teens with ADHD may struggle with homework, test-taking, making friends, ...
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  • September 27-28 is World Character Day

    September 27-28 is World Character Day
    Along with math, English, science and history, many schools are trying to help students develop important qualities to help them judge what is right, to desire good, and to do what is right. These ...
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  • Celebrating National Healthy Aging Month

    Celebrating National Healthy Aging Month
    Created by Carolyn Worthington, the publisher of the Healthy Aging multimedia platform, 25 years, ago, the goal of #HealthyAgingMonth is to focus to the positive sides of aging. Why September? ...
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  • September 24 is National Punctuation Day

    September 24 is National Punctuation Day
    Although most of know how a period, question mark and exclamation point works, there are plenty of punctuation mysteries that stump even the brightest grammarians. In honor of #NationalPunctuationDay, ...
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  • September 21 is World Alzheimer’s Day

    September 21 is World Alzheimer’s Day
    Although everyone has heard of Alzheimer’s, not everyone knows what it is exactly, or how common it is. Here are some general facts to get you up to speed: 1. Alzheimer’s is the most common form of ...
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  • September is National Healthy Aging Month

    September is National Healthy Aging Month
    National Healthy Aging Month is the perfect time to discover the benefits of brain training for yourself or an aging parent. We’ve helped adults hoping to get a leg-up in the workforce, entrepreneurs ...
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  • Red-Flag Phrases at Parent/Teacher Conferences

    Red-Flag Phrases at Parent/Teacher Conferences
    As a parent, how do you know which struggles or behaviors are just a “normal” part of the learning process vs. an indication that there’s a deeper issue? One way is to listen to cues from the teacher ...
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