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Great Parent Education Course

6 Things to Look For In a GREAT Parent Education Course

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Parenting Is A Full-Time Job Parenting is an immersive experience. It’s the biggest job most of us will ever do…

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Teaching Kids To Manage Technology

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster

  Diane:So we get lots and lots of questions about technology. And one of the most common ones is about…

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Medicating a Child for ADHD: A Parent Dilemma

By Michael Banov

Choosing to put your child on medication for ADHD is often a difficult and emotionally challenging decision. Parents are reluctant…

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letting your child fail

Letting Your Child Fail Can Be the Hardest Thing to Do

By Diane Dempster

The Need To “Fix It” I grew up in a family where achievement and hard work were valued. I was…

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They’re So SLOW – How Can I Speed My Kids Up?

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster

  Elaine: We’ve gotten a bunch of questions around this issue of how do I get my kid to do…

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Success with ADD/ADHD: A Strength Based Approach

By David Giwerc

We live in a performance-oriented world.  It’s a world where too much emphasis is placed on identifying a person’s weaknesses…

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Improve Communication

10 Tips for Communicating with Your Child’s Teachers

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Most Teachers Mean Well Sometimes the greatest teachers do not know how best to motivate or support kids with complex…

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Help, My Kid is Sneaking Technology!

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster

  Should you admit your mistakes to your kids? It’s the age-old parenting question! Elaine:So, a lot of times we…

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Play Your Way to a Higher IQ

By Beth Ardell

Once believed to be static, plenty of evidence now supports the idea that IQ scores are, in fact, influenced by many factors. Genetics play a significant role, of course, but so do physical, socio-economic and educational environments.

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