Help Kids Test Their Best

By Christa Melnyk Hines By third grade, most kids have experienced testing on some level, ranging from spelling and math tests in class to standardized state exams. For some students testing is a breeze while for others, performance anxiety can hijack their ability to...

A Parent’s Guide To Teen Love

By Vanessa Baker The answer to understanding all the questions parents have about teenagers in love is simple. You can’t. No one can. I mean has anyone even sorted out the precise difference between ‘like’ and ‘LIKE-like’ yet? To be able to conceptually grasp...
How to Work From Home with Kids

How to Work From Home with Kids

By Kimberly Blaker As COVID 19 sweeps the planet and country and shelter in place orders and precautions are taken to protect our health, Americans are trying to adjust to a new normal. School and work closures have families staying home except for essential needs....
A Camp for Everyone

A Camp for Everyone

by Hana Alanis Summertime, and the living is easy…. Unless you’re a parent of a child living with a disability, summer takes on a different tone: one of apprehension. What are we going to do every day? How do I make sure regression doesn’t happen? Will he have the...



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