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Day 33 ~ Normal Forgetfulness

I turn off the shower and the last of the warm droplets slowly run down the drain.  As my hand leaves the lever, I suddenly startle awake.  556 more words

Business Is Business No Matter What Line Of Business

Business skills are learned and utilized in every industry. Operations can be broken down to the basics of what is going on during any given hour of the day. 885 more words

Business Takes

Managing Children's "Fluctuating Capacity"

Ever wonder about why children’s behavior is so erratic? Why it’s so hard to predict their reactions to people and events that at face value seem pretty neutral and benign?   546 more words

Childhood Behavior

[THESIS] Bridge/Adapt: A Systematic Cognitive Rehabilitation Curriculum -Full Text PDF


Cognitive impairment, including deficits in memory, attention, visual perception, executive functioning, and self-awareness, is a common consequence of acquired brain injury (ABI). Subsequently, these cognitive impairments result in functional impairments in daily life activities for clients with ABI. 221 more words


The Demandments of Teaching Boys

I decided to come up with a list of commandments that teachers should adhere to when working with boys. You may read this and think that it will works for girls and chalk it up as best practices. 358 more words


Christmas challenges for kids with common mental health concerns...

Over the past five to ten years, our child and adolescent psychiatry practice has grown increasingly busy  during the Christmas season. The struggles many adults experience with depression and loneliness at this time of the year have been very well-documented.  751 more words