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  • The Importance of Active Listening

    The Importance of Active Listening
    There’s a difference between hearing and listening . Listening is important in any relationship. In a world where we are often focused on technology, it can be easy to make “listening noises” and say ...
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  • Keep Your Kids' Brains Fresh Over the Summer

    Keep Your Kids' Brains Fresh Over the Summer
    Studies show that the Summer Slide is real! Over a typical summer break, students lose an average of 30% of the knowledge gained the prior year. With the additional break from the Shelter-In-Place ...
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  • Three Ways to Help Your Anxious Child

    Three Ways to Help Your Anxious Child
    Many children struggle with anxiety. According to the CDC, over 4 million children have been diagnosed with anxiety. Included in this group are children as young as three years of age! As a parent, it ...
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  • How To Help Your Child Learn Better at Home

    How To Help Your Child Learn Better at Home
    Children need a sense of structure. Likely, most things in their world have been flipped upside down this year. This can leave children feeling confused and anxious. There are two easy things we can ...
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  • Let’s Talk About Dyslexia

    Let’s Talk About Dyslexia
    Some sources estimate as many as 43 million children and adults in the United States experience some form of dyslexia, an educational diagnosis describing a wide spectrum of struggles with ...
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  • IEP Meeting Requirements, IEP Meaning, vs 504

    IEP Meeting Requirements, IEP Meaning, vs 504
    IEP stands for Individualized Education Plan, and it means there is a meeting where you discuss the special services that public schools provide to children with learning struggles, developmental ...
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  • Julie Chambers - My LearningRx Story

    Julie Chambers - My LearningRx Story
    I’m a mom, just like you. Well, maybe not just like you. I have six kids. So I may be slightly more crazy than than you. I found LearningRx in 2012, as I was looking for help for my children. Three of ...
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