Homework Help

Homework Tips for Your Child

Posted Posted in Latest News, School

Homework Homework can be a daily struggle for many families.  Now that the first few weeks of school have passed, there likely has been an increase in the amount of schoolwork that your child is bringing home. We want our children to do well in school.   Homework can be a daily battle for many families, particularly […]

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Multisensory Instruction for Reading and Math Using Puffy Paint

Posted Posted in Education, Latest News, Learning Disabilities, School

Read this to learn a simple approach to help your child with multisensory learning. What is Multisensory Learning As we’ve discussed previously on this website, multisensory teaching approach to learning is based upon the idea that students often learn best when the material is presented to them with all of their senses.  For example, the teacher […]

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Seven Facts That Debunk Common Misperceptions About Therapy

Posted Posted in Latest News, Therapy

Read this article to learn facts about psychotherapy that may improve your understanding of how it works. The science and practice of psychotherapy is a fairly young profession. Most of us have heard about early founding members, especially figures like Sigmund Freud. Early practices of psychotherapy were often run largely by the therapist, who would […]

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Music For Strength: 8 Songs That May Help Get You Through Tough Times

Posted Posted in Depression, Gratitude, Latest News, Mental Health, Mindfulness, Resiliency, Self-care

Music is powerful  Music has existed from the earliest of times to the streaming services of today.  Many of us can think of a song connected to something important in our lives.  It could a vacation, a fun day with friends, or graduation.  When we hear that song again, it often brings back memories of people, events, and […]

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Why Structure is Important for Kids in the Summer

Posted Posted in Children and Adolescents, Latest News, Mental Health, Parenting

Schools out!  No more structure, right?  Well… about that… When school ends for the year, parents and children alike are ready for a break from homework, extracurricular activities, and other demands that come with the academic calendar.  However, it doesn’t take long for parents to hear, “I’m bored,” or to become concerned with siblings fighting […]

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The Summer Before College: 7 Tips for Parents and Teens

Posted Posted in College, Coping, Latest News, Parenting, Relationships

The summer before college represents a huge transition between high school graduation and leaving for school in the fall. Families are proud, excited, worried, and quite busy. There is much to do and prepare for, especially if that teen is headed to college in the fall. The summer after graduation is an exciting and overwhelming […]

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Autism Spectrum Disorder: What It Is and How to Help

Posted Posted in Autism, Children and Adolescents, Latest News, Mental Health, Parenting

“Autism” is a term with which many people are familiar.  Autism impacts many families, either in their own family, or through a relative or a friend.  However, many people still struggle to understand what it means, how to identify it, and how to help.  To make matters more confusing, autism is called many different things, and […]

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