Posts Tagged children’s issues

Ready Post: Helping Your Child Cope with Grief and Loss – 3 Practical Strategies

Grief is never easy, no matter your age. Whether it’s the death of a loved one, a divorce in the family, a pet’s passing, or other significant losses, children often cope differently than the adults in their lives. Moreover, knowing (more…)

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Ready Post: Adjusting to a New School Year Can Be Difficult for a Child with Autism – 5 Tips for Parents

Getting ready for a new school year can have its challenges for any child. But if your child has autism, those challenges can be more unique and the experience more difficult. 

For children on the autism spectrum, it’s usually the (more…)

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Ready Post: ADHD vs. Trauma: The Importance of Determining Which Issue Is Affecting Your Child

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a real problem for many children throughout the country.  That said, we’re also often quick to diagnose it (or even make assumptions) without considering other possible factors. 

If your child seems “wild” or hyperactive, (more…)

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Ready Post: Is Your Child Gifted or Challenged? How Can You Address Their Unique Needs?

Every child has their own individual set of needs. As a parent, you’re probably already well in tune with what those needs are. 

But there might be things you’re missing depending on certain exceptions. Specifically, if your child is gifted, (more…)

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