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  • Raising Independent Kids

    Raising Independent Kids
    Household Chores By Age that May Help Build Independence From "7 Tips for Raising Independent Children by Renee Rodriguez
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  • Trainer of the Month Drake Cappi

    Trainer of the Month Drake Cappi
    Congratulations Drake! Drake brings his expertise to LearningRx as a graduate of the University of California, Irvine. Armed with a psychology degree, experience as a teaching assistant, and passion ...
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  • Graduate Success Story Falon Shae

    Graduate Success Story Falon Shae
    Congratulations Falon!! We Are So Proud of You I brought my daughter to the LearningRx last year because she was in 3rd grade with a 1st grade reading level. I had a feeling that she was dyslexic. I ...
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  • Sugar High = Brain Low

    Sugar High = Brain Low
    According to the Special Holidays Calendar for June 2020…June is National Candy Month, who knew!...and look at the days dedicated to sugary treats… 2nd National Rocky Road Day 4th National Applesauce ...
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  • Graduate Success Story Mohamed Ali

    Graduate Success Story Mohamed Ali
    Mohamed came to LearningRx with struggles across the board. He was unable to focus, to follow instructions or complete school work to the point he was taken out of mainstream classes. He had terrible ...
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  • I'll Never be Good Enough and Other Lies I Tell Myself

    I'll Never be Good Enough and Other Lies I Tell Myself
    Never before has self-esteem, self-worth and self-confidence been so low. Many generations are feeling it, but none like our teenagers. I’m not just talking about the recent world situation and “stay ...
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  • Attention Parents! Summer Slide Alert

    Attention Parents! Summer Slide Alert
    The lazy days of summer have a hidden danger lurking. It’s a phenomenon so well-known to educators; they call it the “summer slide.” It’s the loss of knowledge and ability that typically occurs when ...
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