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Dear Dyslexia

We have been through a lot, you and I. From the age of seven we have learnt to get used to each other. Faced challenge after challenge together, but now as I look back I think of everything you have taught me, and now I want to share those lessons with parents, teachers and the children who have still got a long journey to go on. 488 more words


Book Review- Visiting Feelings by Lauren Rubenstein

This insightful and beautifully illustrated book helps young children understand the importance of ‘being with’ a feeling. It helps children to see that by accepting every feeling be it “bright like sun or dark like rain” will help you understand more about yourself. 43 more words


The Top 5 "Match Day" Facebook Posts

Sometimes Jeff gets lazy and writes listicles. 

This past Friday, aspiring clinicians waited with bated breath for that fateful notice of acceptance into a residency program. 572 more words


Joy, Sadness, Anger, Disgust and Fear…some of the most important emotions that lead us to make decisions.

Inside Out follows the internal journey of Riley, we follow her from the moment she opens her eyes. 348 more words


To think, to wonder, to learn, to make a change, we need to have something to grab hold of. An idea or a thought can become so much more once it is written down on paper. 383 more words


How To Stop Correcting a Person with Dementia

It’s not uncommon to see people trying to correct a person with dementia. It is a difficult task to accept that a person with dementia has difficulty with memory, and this is a common occurrence with not just caregivers, but the clinical staff, and professional carers as well. 237 more words

Dementia & Carers

The US Food and Drug Administration approved Adzenys-ODT at the end of last week. It is the first new medication of its kind for the treatment of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). 99 more words