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  • Let’s Be Very Mindful of Screen time – Please

    Here is my most recent episode of my Tech Happy Life YouTube channel. I hope you find it engaging and helpful!

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  • The Positives of Asperger’s Syndrome

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  • Growing a Love of Reading for Reluctant Readers

    We are delighted to host a guest post from Kate at Beanstalk, a children’s literacy charity that recruits, trains and supports volunteers to provide one-to-one reading support to primary school children to improve their reading ability and confidence.

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  • The Raise Responsibility System (Discipline System)

    The discipline system is referred to as the Raise Responsibility System because it promotes a DESIRE for responsible behavior. This is different from the usual approach aimed at promoting obedience. Simply stated, obedience does not create desire. However, when you promote responsibility, you get obedience as a natural by-product.

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  • The Power of Waiting for Your Child – It’s Not What You Think

    As a Pediatric Speech-Pathologist, I do a lot of talking! There is another strategy I use just as often, and that’s waiting. Waiting is a powerful tool. It provides a child with the opportunity for communication and a meaningful context for language learning. When we wait, we are also giving a child extra time to process, which can be very beneficial. Below are several ways Speech Pathologists use waiting. Here are ways you can use it throughout the day:

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  • Plan B? – 10 Tips for Managing Your Explosive Child

    When faced with defiant or violent behavior, most parents try “Plan A,” where they impose their will on an oppositional child. The problem? Plan A doesn’t work. Parents who move to “Plan B” — a collaborative and proactive parenting style — have a much better chance of solving their children’s behavior problems.

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  • Daydreaming or Distracted – Misunderstanding ADHD

    We all have students in class who look as if their brains may have been hijacked. These are the students who have a faraway look in their eyes and struggle to stay present during the school day. They fail to make efficient transitions between activities and classes. They often arrive late and can't get oriented to classroom tasks. For years, I have referred to these students as "daydreamers." But after learning more about what is behind their struggle to stay present in class, I've come to realize there is a serious problem with doing so.

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  • School’s Veggie Garden Brings Community Together

    Arden Anglican School in Beecroft is reaping the benefits (literally!) of a partnership with local businesses to build a school veggie garden.

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  • Helping with Older Adult Well-being

    For some, listening to the radio is a way to kill time while driving or catch up on the day’s news, but for older adults the desire to tune in might have deeper implications.

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  • Something for Dads – Being an Active Father

    I was genuinely surprised by what it meant to become a father. My ‘arrival’ into this lofty status was etched on the reassuring words of other dads – statements like ‘You’ll be right mate’ or ‘It’s the best thing ever’. So when I found out this wasn’t strictly true – at least for me – you can appreciate my response!

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