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Merry Spell

How Personalized Education Can Help Kids To Succeed

In today’s education system, it is difficult for kids to get individual attention. Gone are the days where classrooms were filled with 10 to 15 students. Today’s classrooms are packed with students, which make it difficult to provide the quality education. Moreover, kids started losing interest which increases the drop out rates. To solve this […]

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Expressive Mom Lauren Sonnenberg

Podcast-Coping with Depression and Parenting Children with Special Needs

On the latest episode of the Expressive Mom Show, Miriam Slozberg covered depression among parents who are raising children with special needs. She interviewed Lauren Sonnenberg, LMHC, D.PSc, CAP the founder of LifeCore and spoke about how to cope with depression in that situation by using effective techniques. The fact of the matter is, depression […]

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Laurie Wallin Expressive Mom

Podcast- Getting Your Joy Back with Laurie Wallin

On the latest episode of the Expressive Mom Show, I interviewed life coach and author Laurie Wallin about her new book, Get Your Joy Back- Banishing Resentment and Reclaiming Confidence in your Special Needs Family. As a mom of four daughters, and two of them having special needs, she has found ways to find herself […]

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One Method Used to Help Decrease the Odds of School Bullying

Unfortunately bullying in schools has always been a major problem. Not to mention, due to the explosion in use of social media- cyberbullying is a major issue. The good news is that there is protective software to eliminate that. However, the focus here is how to decrease the odds of school bullying. Firstly, let’s look […]

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Advocating For Our Children

Today on Community Voices with Carly Alyssa Thorne we have Janet Wagner and today’s topic is Advocating for our Children.  Janet Wagner runs “Children’s Center for Law and Advocacy” and their Philosophy is: “Every child deserves to be a successful learner and have a bright future.. Children with special needs have legal needs across various areas […]

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Brian R. King

Tools to help our Children

Today on Community Voices we discuss tools to help our children have their own voices and also what parents can do to help children learn to self advocate for themselves. We will be talking about kids with ADHD, Aspergers and more… Today I have with me the brilliant Brian R. King Brian R. King LCSW […]

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