Taking Inside Thinkers Out

How many times have you felt like banging your head against a wall in order to think of a solution to an issue that appears unsolvable? Rehashed problems with teachers, therapists, principals, the spouse and/or the child? Thrown your hands up in despair? NY Times writer Janet Rae-Dupree discusses this … Read More

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Refresh and Recharge- Please!

Networking, researching, and scheduling may be keywords for the job description of an executive headhunter. These words also describe your everyday activities as the parent of a child with exceptional needs as you learn about and procure necessary services and programming for your child. Coupled with the myriad responsibilities of … Read More

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Nonverbal Communication

Most of us don’t realize the extent to which we communicate without words. We rely on our speaking, listening, reading, and writing abilities to interact with the people and the world around us, and we believe that these conduits effectively convey all our thoughts, feelings, and intents. In fact, approximately … Read More

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