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Discipline and ADHD

. Disciplining a child with ADHD can be challenging and results take time, but don’t give up. A parent group or a behavior support specialist such as a psychologist can help provide support and will give you new ideas for parenting and will remind you that you are not alone. Read More

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Diagnosing CAPD

A diagnosis of CAPD is made when a child shows significant differences and significantly delayed functioning in 2 or more areas of auditory processing. Lack of an identifiable pattern argues for global delays or a differential diagnosis such as ADHD or dyslexia. Children can have these things as well as CAPD, but this is where careful testing and diagnosis is needed. Read More

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High Protein Snacks help with Attention

Maintaining steady blood sugar throughout the day helps kids (and adults) avoid highs and lows of energy throughout the day. Smart snacking can help ward off afternoon sleepiness and inattention. Mom was right; breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Starting the day off with protein, carbohydrates and healthy fat will go a long way to keeping your blood sugar and snacking in in line for the day. Read More

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What is ADHD?

What is ADHD? ADHD stands for “Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder”. Some people call also call it “ADD” which is “Attention Deficit Disorder”, but in medical terminology this description is no longer used. Read More

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Messy Play- It does a kid good!

Messy play is important for young children, giving them endless ways to develop and learn. All types of play are essential for children’s development and early learning. Play helps children to develop and improve their gross and fine motor skills, co-ordination and concentration. Also how to work cooperatively and collaboratively, use all their senses to discover and explore their environment, and develop their imagination, creative thinking and ability to problem solve and experiment with solutions. Read More

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Core for Kids?

Core strength refers to the deep postural muscles that support and hold one’s torso or trunk.  These muscles allow one to stay balanced and maintain an upright posture for extended periods of time.  We all use core muscles to sit still in one spot and to keep ourselves still and upright for handwriting and desk tasks.  Read More

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