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The best 3 end-of-the-year questions to ask teachers

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See these 3 questions you can email each of your child’s teachers so you can make any summer academic planning: — Are there any specific academic skills (e.g., organization, focusing, conceptualization, synthesizing, memorization, etc.) that my child should further develop … Continue reading

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Popular Oldies but Goodies to Prepare your child for the Summer

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Summer is a great time to analyze where your child is with their education and where they will be going.  There are also some issues to be aware of before summer begins.  Here are several great blogs that will help … Continue reading

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Will the kid winning trophies and blue ribbons turn out to be a better adult than the quiet nerdy kid?

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No two kids have the same developmental journey, and so figuring out what you need to do as a parent to ensure your child reaches their true potential can often feel like an impossible task. Especially if your child is … Continue reading

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Back By Popular Demand: Why you should NOT go into summer thinking your child has nothing to work on

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This month we are re-releasing a handful of our most popular blogs. It is the time of year when we, as parents, are deciding what we want to have our children do to occupy their free time this summer.  To … Continue reading

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An eloquent neuroscientific explanation for why parenting kids in middle school can feel as challenging as their toddlerhood (including video clip to get you laughing before you kick off your weekend)

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Note: If you are brain dead today, try just watching the hilarious short video clip of middle school kids were interviewed and asked what it is means to be 12. (The video clip is included in the link to the … Continue reading

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Stop shielding your children from the real cost of living by using this calculator regularly!

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WARNING:  Family or parents you know will thank you for sending this link in this blog to anyone who has children immediately… They will thank you! It is my belief that  – especially in the United States  – we tend … Continue reading

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Why you should NOT go into summer thinking your child has nothing to work on

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This is the time of year when we parents are deciding what we want to have our children do to occupy their free time this summer.  In order to make decisions about this, we reflect on what teachers have been … Continue reading

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Dr. Brunner, alongside Julia Grover (OTR/L, CHT), invite you to an exciting presentation for Child/Adolescent Professionals: “Common but Dangerous Developmental Derailers that Professionals often Miss”

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Location: The new University Aloft Hotel, adjacent to the University of Arizona campus (1900 East Speedway, Tucson, Arizona, 85712, Room “Tactic 2”) Who should attend? Professionals who work with children, including pediatricians, psychologists, teachers, counselors, therapists. Please RSVP to Mari@CentralHandTherapy.com … Continue reading

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Setting your child up for success and preventing likely crises this school year

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Every child has a unique set of school-related challenges. And a particular child’s challenges may have less to do with grades than with socializing. But whatever the challenges are, a pre-planned strategy that is well thought out and agreed upon … Continue reading

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How to make Summer memories with your kids they will never forget

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It is true that leading by example is the most crucial way you cultivate the best character in your child. Your behavior makes much deeper impression upon them then what you say. Even young humans are smart enough to recognize … Continue reading

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