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Beth's Back-to-School Tips
Published July 23, 2018
By Beth Rubio, Chief Clinical Officer How can I help my special needs child adjust to school? The change from a relaxed summer schedule to a more rigid school schedule can be a difficult and trying process and may cause a lot of excitement and anxi…
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Making Mealtime a Positive Experience
Published July 12, 2018
By Abby Dalton Lee Lum, M.A., BCBA, LBS Let’s face it, mealtime with children can be a challenging time for all parents. Gone are the days when moms and dads could spend hours preparing a delicious and healthy meal attractive to young eaters. Pare…
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Amazing Ashton
Published June 29, 2018
One of the sweetest toddlers on the planet, two-year-old Ashton is such a charmer! He always has a contagious grin on his face and he creates the same on anyone he meets. Born at just 29 weeks gestation, Ashton has been a mighty superhero since the…
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A Nurse's Calling: Shirley King
Published June 19, 2018
When Shirley retired from her work as a hospital nurse, she was more than ready for a break. “The hospital was wearing me out,” Shirley confesses. The hospital wasn’t right for Shirley anymore. But she wasn’t ready to give up nursing completely. “I …
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Reagan and Ron
Published June 17, 2018
“My favorite memory with Reagan is sitting on the beach in Cape Cod with her last year,” Ron recalls. “Reagan was in an adaptive beach chair that my wife bought for her. We were just sitting on the beach. She was watching the waves and the wind and …
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