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509, 2018

Parent with Confidence! – 3 Strategies for Balancing Life If Your Child Has a Disability

By |September 5th, 2018|Categories: Parent Coaching|

Parent with Confidence! – 3 Strategies for Balancing Life If Your Child Has a Disability If your child has been recently diagnosed with a disability, it’s important to accept the fact that your life will change. Being able to process what that means for you, your child, and your family can make a big difference. Children with disabilities often need different types of care. In many cases, they [...]

509, 2018

Helping Your Child Adjust to a Heartbreaking Loss – Dos and Don’ts

By |September 5th, 2018|Categories: Grief & Loss|

Helping Your Child Adjust to a Heartbreaking Loss – Dos and Don’ts Experiencing any type of loss is difficult. Whether a family member, a close friend, or even a pet has passed away, it’s never easy to get through that kind of grief. What we don’t often realize is that it can be even harder for children. When children go through a heartbreaking loss, they don’t always [...]

509, 2018

Managing Separation Anxiety: How Can You Ease Your Child’s Worries?

By |September 5th, 2018|Categories: Anxiety|

Managing Separation Anxiety: How Can You Ease Your Child’s Worries? Separation anxiety affects kids of all ages. Even if your child has never shown signs of it before, they can still experience it when they’re older. It simply manifests itself in different ways. There are plenty of telltale signs that your child is struggling with separation anxiety. Very young children may become upset when the parent goes [...]

2108, 2018

Back to School Challenges: How Parents Can Support a Child with Autism in the Transition

By |August 21st, 2018|Categories: Autism|

Back to School Challenges: How Parents Can Support a Child with Autism in the Transition Going back to school can come with a long list of challenges for all children and parents. But it can be even more challenging for parents of children with autism. While children who have autism respond well to routine, getting them back into certain routines (or developing one for the first time) can [...]

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