Posts tagged school
Count Those Sheep: Teens and Sleep

Bedtime, the never ending battle from birth until they leave the nest! When it comes to tween and teens, sleep is especially important to help them with executive functioning. In today’s guest post by Executive Functioning Coach and Higher Ed professional, Wendy Gordon-Hewick, M. A., Wendy shares insight into why sleep is so essential and some tips to help parents establish healthy sleeping habits for their tween and teens.

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How to Best Support Your Child with a Learning Disability

As a parent, we’re often troubleshooting challenges as they happen. So when you suspect your child may have a learning disability, it can be overwhelming to know where to start and how to obtain the resources to best support your child. To help streamline your next steps, we spoke with Dr. Liz Matheis, a licensed Clinical Psychologist and certified School Psychologist who specializes in assisting children and their families with Autism, ADHD, Anxiety and learning/behavioral disorders.

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A Teacher’s Guide to Partnering with Parents: How to Work Together to Create a Holistic Educational Environment

As a parent you want to ensure your child gets the best educational experience and work with you child’s teacher in an effective manner. In this post, High School teacher, Jess Foster provides tips for the best way to partner with your child’s teacher based on her experience.

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Five Tools to Help Your Teen Choose Their Career Direction

Teens spend so much time studying and focused on the next test that they rarely step back to think about what happens after college. Get tips from Paula Grieco on ways to help your teen find a fulfilling career path.

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Proven Strategies to Help Your Child Focus in School

There are distractions everywhere – whether your child is in school or trying to get their homework done later on at night. Get proven strategies from experts to help your child learn concentration skills, which they will use for a lifetime.

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