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Can’t remember the last time I’ve been to a professional ballpark.  No shade.  The hot dogs have long been established as carcinogens.  And the games can sometimes trudge along for up to three hours.  Who’s got […]
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My passion of philately for over fifty years has led to me to this engaging endeavor.  An inheritance of a splendid collection of pre-WWII Japanese postage bequeathed to me during childhood initialized my curiosity and spirit […]
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Misplaced clothing, messy bedrooms, tripping over toys, forgotten homework books, and other scary surprises in backpacks frustrate parents. The irony is that, although the child is disorganized, you could be helping it along. There is a […]
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The children are home, and the summer activity routine has taken over.  The day is full of driving to baseball practice, swim lessons, and trying to fit in some fun time at the beach as well.  […]
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I’ve been getting many congratulatory messages on LinkedIn to mark the three year anniversary of my consulting business. This milestone has given me a reason to reflect on the past three years and all that I’ve […]
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“It’s Friday.  I got that reading class next.  But all we do on Fridays is watch Judge Judy.”  This was followed by a small flurry of fist bumps.  I once overheard that during snack.  One of […]
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“I just can’t get her to read!” I often hear protests like this from parents when I suggest that their child read more for fun. Because it’s an important lifelong habit that I want my students […]
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Have you ever wanted to eliminate the feelings of guilt you carry around as a parent? When my daughter was born, I spent the first 12 months of her life racked with feelings of guilt and […]
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Usually, here at SpecialKids.Company HQ, we like our weekly installments to be all about giving back to the community in any way we can. This is typically through top tips and advice for parents to help […]
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Most evaluation tools and curricula arrange skills according to the way a typical child might acquire them. Essential for Living by Patrick McGreevy, PhD BCBA-D et al takes a different approach. They group skills into categories […]
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