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HELPFUL WAYS TO BOOST A CHILD’s MATH SUCCESS

by: Eileen McCloskey and Virginia Lenherr Learning math is like building a pyramid. Math skills such as counting, addition, subtraction etc. are the foundational building blocks that make up the base. Early… [Read More]

October is National Bullying Prevention Month
Empowering Students to be Upstanders - How Counselors Create Unity in their School Communities

Rebecca Holtz, M.S.Ed, M.Phil.Ed and Lauren Johnson, M.Ed. PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center wanted a nationwide call to action to help our children in school who were suffering from being bullied.  In 2006… [Read More]

What’s the deal with JUULing?
Important Myths and Facts you Should Address with your Teens

Caitlin Mede, MS – CORA Drug and Alcohol Counselor Megan Murphy – TIP Counselor/Early Intervention   What is a JUUL? A JUUL is a type of electronic nicotine delivery system which was… [Read More]

Is My Child Ready For School – Physically, Cognitively, and Emotionally? 
Successful School Routines Start in the Summer
Kids Thrive on Structure
Is my child ready for school – physically, cognitively and emotionally?
Prepare your child for Kindergarten

 

Learning Through Summer Play
Give Choice, Wonder and Delight

As a child, you may recall playing games of hide and seek, tag and jumping rope. Perhaps, you may remember arguing over stickball or creating imaginary worlds, building forts and putting on… [Read More]

Occupational Therapy in the Schools

Most people think of handwriting or shoe tying when working with a school-based occupational therapist. It is a common but limited view of the scope of occupational therapy practice. Occupational therapy believes… [Read More]

A Look Into Early Intervention and Communicating with Autism

As the term Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) suggests, there is a “spectrum” or wide range of symptoms, skills, and levels of impairment that people with ASD can have (NIDCD, 2018). This is… [Read More]

Supporting Students with Autism in our Schools
Fostering Awareness and Acceptance

As education continues to evolve, an increasing number of classrooms are adopting an inclusive and integrated approach to supporting students. Educators and school communities are constantly adapting to support the unique needs… [Read More]

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