Posts Tagged
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October 13, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: aims, challenges, education, remedial

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Categories: Special needs education

Remedial education, also known as developmental or compensatory education, is a type of education designed to help children achieve their expected level of proficiency in key academic skills such as reading and writing and arithmetic. In the truest sense of the word, “heal” means heal or repair. Similarly, curative education helps disadvantaged children or children […]

Southfield (KW50) – Being a teacher had already established itself as one of the most demanding jobs in the world. Teachers do an incredible amount of work, are underrated and many believe they are underpaid for their value to our society. So taking on an already challenging task and adding a global pandemic on top […]

Kate Doctor’s four year old completed a year of virtual preschool. It didn’t go well. While the long-term effects are still unknown, there is no question that virtual learning caused by a pandemic has left many students behind. As schools across the state reopen for the new academic year, many are devoting time to re-educating […]

August 13, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: added, blog, challenges, Pride

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Categories: Parenting

9. the “Know your Author” series as part of BlogChatterHalfMarathon. Momlifeandlifestyle would be 1 year old this October and for almost 1 year I have participated in many blog challenges because I want to explore the different topics related to writing. Do you know your author series: Blogging is the reason I chose blogging. Why […]

July 23, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: ADHD, challenges, common, Parenting, Tackle, Tips

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Categories: Special Needs Parenting

Parenting a child with ADHD includes finding the right combination of treatments and strategies for your kid’s specific needs. But first, it’s vital to get a proper diagnosis. Parenting a child with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can be challenging. It may seem to you like they always lose something, fidget or talk constantly, don’t […]

July 16, 2021 Six weeks before her first baby was born, Julie-Anne Butare’s prolonged, painful labor was referred to as “bad luck” because her body showed no other signs of imminent birth. But all bets were gone just days later. In June 2020 JulieAnnes broke water while the occupational therapist was at Medical center of […]

July 2, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: Ariel, Autism, challenges, LyonsWarren, olfactory, Spectrum, Webinar

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Categories: autism

Sign up for the next Spectrum webinar where Ariel Lyons-Warren, professor of pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas, will speak about olfactory deficits in neurodevelopmental disorders. Quote this article: https://doi.org/10.53053/YJUA4787 Ariel Lyons-Warren Teacher, Baylor College of Medicine Full bio view lake Press policy The Spectrum Webinar Series aims to facilitate the free […]

Posted June 30, 2021 As New Zealand’s miscarriage funeral leave legislation sparks debate, leading UK charity Tommy’s has launched a new service to help employers provide parents with the right support on complex pregnancy travel, from planning and parenting to complications and losses. Some organizations are now introducing guidelines on pregnancy loss, but Pregnancy and […]