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The Impulsive Life

A wise RDI (Relationship Development Intervention) therapy practitioner once told me my son would make progress, and I needed to understand that progress wouldn’t be a straightforward trajectory. 1,385 more words

Autism

Promoting Executive Functioning

Psychologists put a lot of stock into children’s executive functioning skills. What they’re talking about is how well children can use their brains advantageously, as a resource, to get smarter. 429 more words

Childhood Behavior

Cognitive Strategies

Spring has come to the Ozarks! Life has been busy for us…between starting a 40-acre organic farm, homeschooling, work presentations and supervising my first student intern – Whew! 154 more words

Speech-language Pathology

Teacher Favorite: "Excited" Students? Keep their legs busy!

Tie a body band / elastic band along the bottom of my chair so I can bounce my legs and keep moving…  while still doing work in my seat!”

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Grades 9-12

Creative Solutions for a family's collection of books

posted by kelly@roomtoplay.ca

We are a family of readers. Beside each one of our beds you will find a towering stack of books because each and every one of us enjoys reading multiple books at any given time. 602 more words

Family Life

Time Management in College. Executive Functioning (EF) is NOT checking the clock!

Students, as well as adults and business people need to fine tune and improve their time management skills. Students of all ages who have been diagnosed with ADHD are presented with difficulties and challenges which often prevent total success. 265 more words

ADHD

Inside Your Hug

She’s a dark-haired gal with doe eyes and willowy body. All arms and legs that find corners and bump into tables and spill things and break stuff and mess up what appear to be the most child-proof settings. 878 more words

Anecdotes Of Life