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Root Your Family in Rituals and Traditions

Posted by Dr. Jane Hannah on Apr 17, 2019 3:50:42 PM

What are your favorite childhood memories? Many are likely those traditions or rituals that have emotional significance to you, such as Saturday morning pancakes that your dad made or special traditions for your birthday. Having rituals and traditions in a family improves the bond within your family, as well as the quality of family life.

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Tips for Parents Children with ADHD

Posted by Dr. Jane Hannah on Apr 10, 2019 7:55:00 PM

Effective treatment for ADHD varies from child to child depending on the severity and symptoms. Some children can be effectively treated with behavioral and academic interventions. For others, these approaches are insufficient and may be combined with medication. Regardless of the treatment plan, it must be coordinated with parents, physicians and school personnel.

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More than Mixing Up B-D-Ps: Does Your Child Have Dyslexia?

Posted by Dr. Jane Hannah on Apr 3, 2019 7:36:00 PM

So, what is dyslexia? “Dys” means difficulty and “lexia” means “with words.” A child with dyslexia has difficulty reading words accurately and fluently.

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Slow Processing Speed - How Can I Help?

Posted by Dr. Jane Hannah on Mar 27, 2019 7:00:00 PM

I know my child is smart, but it takes him hours to complete even simple tasks. Just getting dressed in the morning can take triple the time of his little brother. Homework is also a huge problem. The teacher says he should be able to complete an assignment in 15 minutes, and it will often take him an hour to complete it.

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How To Help Your Child stay Focused and Organized?

Posted by Dr. Jane Hannah on Mar 19, 2019 12:02:41 PM

If your child has difficulty getting organized, managing his/her time, remembering things, doing homework or finishing projects, he/she may have executive function deficits. Executive Function (EF) plays a crucial role in becoming a successful person at school and in life. When EF skills are strong, students will have greater academic success, better self-regulation skills, and better peer relations. EF skills are cognitive skills used to analyze tasks, break down steps, understand what is read, and solve multi-step problems.

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