Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and Vitamin D

Posted Posted in Depression, Latest News

Seasonal Affective Disorder, which coincidentally has the acronym SAD, refers to symptoms of depression that occur seasonally, with the emergence of symptoms during the fall and winter months, and a dissipation of those symptoms once winter transitions into spring. SAD can occur in those who already suffer from depression, but it can also affect those […]

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Is Your Child Ready for College?

Posted Posted in College, Latest News, Parenting, School

For many students, college is something that is assumed.  However, given the costs and time involved in college, it can be very helpful for parents to consider whether their teen is indeed ready to take that step.  Please consider the following infographic to help get your adolescent ready for higher education.   3,310 total views, no […]

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It’s Hard to be a Student. And A Parent. We Can Help!

Posted Posted in Children and Adolescents, Latest News, Parenting, School

It’s really hard to be a student You don’t have a choice over how your day goes. You have to ask permission for everything. It’s easy to feel like your day is full of people trying to catch your mistakes. You are constantly being evaluated. You have a full day of class, then a full […]

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Why Graphic Novels are Good for Kids

Posted Posted in Children and Adolescents, Dysgraphia, Dyslexia, Education, Family, Latest News, Parenting

Graphic novels have become increasingly popular for children.  There are currently many different types of graphic novels from Captain Underpants to the Smile books by Raina Taigelmeier.  Graphic novels have not always been considered appropriate reading for children.  Lately, graphic novels are flying off the shelves, jumping into virtual shopping carts, and being embraced by […]

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