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In Touch with Feelings: Raising an Emotionally Healthy Child

Worrying about your kids comes naturally to you as a parent. You can’t help but be concerned about how they feel, whether they’re doing well at school, or if they have a stomach bug. One of the things it’s easy to worry about is how the feel emotionally, and whether they’re happy. A happy child […] Read more…

12 Podcasts For Disabled People

As I was searching the podcasts to listen about others who are disabled. I found 12 that I like and want to share with you. 1.Two Disabled Dudes 2. Disabilitymatch 3. Ouch: Disability Talk 4. DisabilityAfterDark 5. Disability With Drew 6. Limping on Cloud 9 7.Disability Matters 8. Disability Now 9. Not Broken Radio 10. […] Read more…

Help Your Child Avoid Summer Tantrums with These 5 Tips from Brain Balance

Confession time: I absolutely hate summer sometimes. I know—summer is supposed to be full of blue skies, popsicles, and sprinklers. But it can be a lot of pressure to keep the kids occupied when school is out. It’s hard for me to set the kids up with activities that keep them learning and engaged. It can be particularly tough for parents of kids […] Read more…

How to Encourage Young Girls in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)

Although we have come a long way from the days when Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), were disciplines strictly dominated by males, women are still underrepresented in these fields. In a world run by ingenuity and innovation, this is not a good thing as it means we are losing about half of the brainpower […] Read more…

Understood.org Learning and Attention Issues

We all want nothing more than to be understood. But for some kids, it isn’t as easy as it seems. Learning and attention issues are much more common in children than most people realize. It isn’t uncommon for parents to think that their children are just being lazy, need to work harder, or that they […] Read more…

4 Fun Resources for Dyslexic Learners

October is National Learning Disabilities Awareness month, and I’ll bet that at least one person in your life has been affected by one. Dyslexia is a big one in our circles, so I’ve rounded up four fun and helpful resources for families with dyslexic learners. The great news is that dyslexia has been well researched […] Read more…

OFFICE DEPOT FOUNDATION NATIONAL BACKPACK PROGRAM 2016 #ODFCARES

In 2016, the Foundation – the independent charitable giving arm of Office Depot® is celebrating the 16th year of its award-winning National Backpack Program by donating 200,000 colorful new sackpacks to nonprofit organizations, schools and agencies across the United States and internationally. I received all these designs and gave 3 to my neighbor’s children and […] Read more…

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