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Top 10 Ways to Celebrate National Family Caregiver Month Over 50 million Americans are recognized this month during National Family Caregivers Month. The estimated value of the “free” services provided by these family members caring for loved ones who are … Continue reading →
Strategies to Manage Behavior Problems in Family Gatherings and Social Events By Ann Logsdon Do you dread holiday gatherings because of your child’s behavioral challenges? Do you worry about clashes with other children, disapproval of relatives, and the safety of … Continue reading →
ADHD and Brain Development Does your child have ADHD symptoms? Does your child get easily distracted, have trouble sitting still, talk excessively, have difficulty focusing, or interrupt often? This research study seeks to understand brain development during childhood and brain … Continue reading →