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Cerebral Palsy and Medical Malpractice

Cerebral palsy is a birth injury occurring when your child suffers brain damage prior to, during, or shortly after birth. The disorder results in issues with muscle control and body movement. Approximately 8,000 babies are born with cerebral palsy every year.

In many cases, cerebral palsy is caused during prenatal care and can be due to a combination of factors, including: 

Coaching Clarity To Students With Back-To-School Blinders

                          

 

Any advice to help kids not repeat last year’s school mistakes?

Managing Your Fears And Anxieties

 

Coaching Perspective To The Negative Child

Any advice for kids who look at life with such negativity?

 

Building Self Esteem Requires Guidance

Building self esteem is getting to know who you are and liking who you are. The way to get there is with some basic guidance.

In the evenings, rather than tweet or write on walls, I usually write on my computer as I watch TV or  promote my websites.

A legitimate visitor? How do you know?

 

Regional Special Needs School in Windsor, CT Makes Security and Student Welfare a Priority One Badge at a Time

The safety of students and educators in our schools remains the highest priority and biggest concern of today’s school officials.  This message has been driven home repeatedly by tragedies such as the Columbine school massacre in the 90s and the host of other copycat tragedies that have followed, including the senseless murder of Amish children in October 2006.  In the close-knit Amish community, the word security was probably never in anyone’s vocabulary. 

 

Managing Homework Challenges

If you teach or support students with ADD/ADHD, then at some point you’ll be helping them and their parents with the various homework problems they face.  Our first piece of work is to determine where the student is breaking down. To ask "what's the kid's deal"? And to encourage parents to direct support to those points of performance.

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