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    Developing differently

    High School sophomore Roman Scott may look like a typical 15-year-old — but every day, he lives with a condition that affects how he experiences the world. At age 3, Roman was diagnosed with autism, a disorder that affects one in 54 children in the U.S., according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. When […]

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    Great books for kids

    Run out of reading material for your little ones during the pandemic? Here are some popular selections to add to your library: “I’VE LOVED YOU SINCE FOREVER” “Today” Show anchor Hoda Kotb created this book in tribute to her adopted daughter, Haley Joy, and as a testament to the unbreakable bond between parent and child. […]

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    How to deal with different types of learning problems

    For some students, school doesn’t come easy. Some struggle with broad learning difficulties while others lack important skills, making it challenging for them to achieve grade-level expectations and get good grades. Here are a few common types of learning troubles and ways to address them at home: ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER (ADHD) There are different […]

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    The great board game comeback

    Suddenly, most of us found ourselves confined at home with lots of free time on our hands — and after a while, even a Netflix binge loses its appeal. So how do you entertain yourself indoors during a lockdown order? Families are re-discovering the joy of some friendly competition mixed with nostalgia. Board games are […]

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    Keep your children safe online

    Any parent knows that while the internet is a wonderful tool, it also is fraught with danger. The same technology that keeps us connected to friends and family can be an avenue for predators to gain access to children, who too often don’t realize the risks. A 2019 internet usage study, conducted by the Center […]

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