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Parenting Tips

Parenting starts with your well-being! Here is some advice on how to teach life skills, work from home, distance learning, along with tips for developing parenting coping skills.

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How to Survive in Isolation Stress-free

In our efforts to limit the spread of the Coronavirus, we are forced to spend a lot of time in isolation. Since many of you…

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How to Teach Kids About Emotions

As an adult I watched the movie, “Inside Out.” According to IMDb,  Riley is a happy, hockey-loving 11-year-old Midwestern girl, but her world turns upside-down…

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Behaviors in a Child with a Communication Disorder

First of all, I can totally empathize with you from a mother’s perspective. My son, Nicholas, is almost 8-months-old and when he doesn’t get what…

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Temper Tantrum Guide: When, Why, and How to Deal with Them

For parents, temper tantrums can be extremely frustrating and, if you are out in public, can be downright embarrassing. Rest assured, however, that most tantrums…

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12 Ways to Deal with a Toddler Tantrum

To understand tantrums better, read our Temper Tantrum Guide. Sometimes living with a toddler can feel like walking amongst a landmine – you never know…

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10 Things Not to do When Your Toddler is Having a Tantrum

If you’ve ever reacted inappropriately to a toddler tantrum, don’t be too hard on yourself. Tantrums can be stressful and we are humans, bound to…

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Temper Tantrums vs. Meltdowns: Spot the Difference

Learning the differences between the tantrums and meltdowns can help you to better understand why your child is having them and how to deal with…

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A Case Study: TV was the Problem All Along

In March 2019, I received a referral for a three-year-old boy. His teacher was concerned with his speech and language development. I spoke to his…

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Making Mistakes is a Parenting Strategy

This article originally appeared on ImpactADHD.com and is reproduced with permission. Tired of feeling like you have to be perfect all the time in front of your…

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How to Teach Children about Diversity

As the title says, this blog is about teaching children about diversity and all of the issues involved. This is good reading for parents and…

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My son was diagnosed with bilateral hearing loss in both ears last year, and after his surgery, Speech Blubs is the best app to get him on track with kids his age.

- By Nola and Kory

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Mom Guilt: Am I to Blame for My Child's Speech Delay?

The normal questions I get after parents hear their child has a speech delay are like, “what could I have done differently,” “am I to…

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Great Ways to Break the Cycle of Homeschool Boredom

Field Trips A great way to shake up the day of homeschooled children is to take regular field trips. These should be planned, given a…

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Homeschooling: An All-in-One Guide

Are you considering homeschooling your child this school year? There are many benefits this approach has that are not found in a traditional classroom setting.  Homeschooling…

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Back to School Learning Tips at Home

Deciding to go back to school in the middle of a pandemic is a difficult decision for everybody. Parents aren’t the only people stressing out….

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Bedtime Tantrums - How to Get Your Toddler to Sleep

The bedtime routine was always fine but she would cry several nights in a row when we tried to put her down. She’d say that…

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The Truth About Threenagers and How to Deal with Them?

When your toddler turns into a threenager, you all of sudden realize this little person has grown in milestones and in personality.  But learning how…