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Ambidextrous Children May Present Learning Challenges

Although it may seem appealing for your child to be ambidextrous (equally adapted in the use of both the left and right hand), research shows that encouraging mixed dominance may cause learning challenges. Both the left and ride sides of the brain compete for the processing and retrieval of information and cannot only send one another conflicting information, but also slow down the rate at which information is organized. For many students, this can cause confusion and frustration in their …
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Better Hearing & Speech Month 2018

May is here, and it’s time to get ready for Better Hearing and Speech Month! The American Speech/Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) has designated each May to increasing awareness of the development and support of speech, language, literacy and hearing for every age. Did you know that Early Intervention is the term used to describe seeking support services for a child anywhere between the ages of birth to three years of age? As a result, states provide services such as …
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Autism Acceptance & Awareness

The month of April is widely recognized as Autism Awareness Month. However, did you know there has been an increasing push for it to be Autism Acceptance Month? It was first organized in 2011 by Paula Durbin Westby. She advocated that there needs to be more than just information and facts about Autism Spectrum Disorder. Westby argued that having awareness is only half of the battle. It is one thing to be aware, but entirely different to accept it. This …
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Applied Behavior Analysis: Focusing on the Environment

  This a perfect quote from Alexander Den Heijer. It may seem like a rational way of thinking, yet there are thousands of books still being written about “how to” on parenting contrary to it. Now it is not to say that there are bad ways of parenting, but it is safe to say there are better ways to do so. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is not just a book written from anecdotes or theories, it is a science of …
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