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dreading school meetings with teachers

Dreading School Meetings with Teachers? Try These 8 Steps

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

A client emailed me in a bit of a panic. She asked if I could offer any words of wisdom…

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Parenting

Parenting Through Denial

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Getting out of the muddy river of parenting denial is the first step to feeling successful when raising children –…

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GEMO (Good Enough, Move On!)

By Diane Dempster

The Problem With Perfection What a funny word, GEMO (/GEE-Moh/). It sounds like a cartoon character. Actually, it’s an acronym…

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Write A Letter to This Year’s New Teacher(s)

By Katherine McGee

Whether your child is moving on to the next grade, or making the leap to a new school, planning makes for a successful transition. At The Cloverleaf School, we work with our students to develop Learner Profiles. Each student helps to create a portfolio of useful information about how s/he learns and what s/he needs to succeed. This is helpful for the students, parents, teachers, and therapists.

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ADD is over-diagnosed

Do You Think ADHD is Over-Diagnosed?

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Responding to Ignorance I recently got an email that challenged the increased diagnosis of ADD/ADHD over the last two decades.…

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Getting the Right Kind of Help for Your Child – And You!

By Roxanne Fouché

  Parenting is simultaneously the hardest and most rewarding job a person can have. There are extra challenges when you have…

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Fake It ‘Til You Make It!

By Diane Dempster

The Power of Confidence We all know that one of the most valuable things we can give our kids is…

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Are ADD and ADHD the Same Thing?

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

NOTE: ADD and ADHD are often thought to be different conditions, but really, ADD is a sub-set or sub-type of ADHD. Below…

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Parent Self Care: Aristotle Says Go Out and Play

By Matthew Weneta

Note this Wisdom of the Ages: As a parent, you have a right — actually, a responsibility — to make…

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