Posts Tagged
‘Family’

January 24, 2022

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Tags: ADHD, Family, Managing, Reducing, stress

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Categories: adhd

ADHD has a profound impact on family life. It often contributes to an increase in daily household stress, with a relatively high level of tension in the home. This tension results from factors such as widespread disorganization, disorder, noise, and periodic emotional outbursts from one person or another. Dealing with ADHD can help manage this […]

In Europe, Italy was the first country affected by the novel coronavirus, with a huge number of cases in a very short time, primarily in the country’s northern regions (e.g., Lombardia, Emilia-Romagna, Veneto; see, e.g., Corbisiero et al., 2020; Paoloni & Tutino, 2020). The alarming speed of virus transmission forced the Italian government to rapidly adopt a […]

December 11, 2021

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Tags: Brings, Christmas, display, Extravagant, Family, Joy, light, money, raises

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Categories: autism

The Burkman family of Frisco, Texas always have an extravagant light display outside their home for Christmas. It all started with their children who have autism. Photo: YouTube / Fox 4 Dallas They are both grown up now, but as children they always loved Christmas and lights. The holidays can be overwhelming for just about […]

December 10, 2021

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Tags: Cambridge, card, Christmas, Family, totally, unexpected, Year

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Categories: Parenting

We can’t get over how tall Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis look in this vacation photo from a recent trip to Jordan. We’ve definitely learned to expect the unexpected these days, and Prince William and Kate delivered their 2021 Christmas card, which was filmed in a real cave. The royal parents traded their […]

November 27, 2021

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Tags: Family, Matrimonial, Pandemic, Parenting, Vaccinate

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Categories: Special Needs Parenting

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced co-parents to make difficult decisions about parental schedules, social distancing, online training, masks and now vaccinations. Last week, Health Canada approved the use of the Pfizer vaccine in children ages 5-11. The BC Center for Disease Control (the “BCCDC”) has since recommended that parents vaccinate their children against COVID-19, stating: […]

RMDC offers homebuyer education class in December Rocky Mountain Development Council offers a monthly homebuyer education class. The purpose of the class is to teach potential homeowners about the process of purchasing a home. Homebuyer education and counseling involves a one-on-one counseling session followed by an eight -hour class covering the intricacies of purchasing a home. […]

To print this article, all you need to do is register or log in to Mondaq.com. The most turbulent time for separated parents is usually the annual overflow over the summer holidays and where the children will be on Christmas Day. If you failed to reach an agreement with the other parent and were hoping […]

November 15, 2021

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Tags: ADHD, Family, Helping, Siblings

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Categories: adhd

Siblings argue – we wish it hadn’t happened, but sometimes we can’t do anything. Or is there? This week, guest expert Roya Kravetz shares some of the best ways to help children find their way around, especially siblings in a family with ADHD. Guidelines for sibling harmony Get to the root Sometimes a fight is […]

November 8, 2021

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Tags: Conflict, Deal, Family

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Categories: adhd

How do you typically deal with conflicts when they arise in your family? Are you going away? Do you fight to the death? Do you negotiate? Do you give in Do you compromise? How each of us deals with conflict is based on our own beliefs and experiences. For example, if you grew up as […]

November 1, 2021

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Tags: ADHD, Dinner, Family

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Categories: adhd

Curb your frustration I had one of those classic moments of insight at the dining table last night. If you live with ADHD in your family, you will appreciate this story. Imagine the scene. It is summer. We eat late because it still looks like it’s 2:00 AM outside and nobody wants to eat before […]

August 31, 2021

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Tags: Coparenting, Family, Happy, secrets

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Categories: Special Needs Parenting

That was never planned. But here you are. Parenthood separate. How you got here doesn’t matter at the moment. All that matters is getting this right. Sharing custody means sharing a child. It means sharing a child’s life. It can be messy. This can be confusing. This can be stressful. It will definitely be difficult. […]

August 30, 2021

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Tags: education, educators, Family, Love, shares, Teaching

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Categories: Special needs education

Murschel didn’t always plan to become a kindergarten teacher when she led swimming lessons. “A mother came up to me and said you are a real teacher, and I said no, I’m going to physiotherapy, and she said I think you have to change your mind,” said Murschel. Tess Hörz is a new teacher, just […]