Category Archive: News Stories

Aug
09

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Sep
22

Let’s Welcome Yulia Tamayo, Ed.S, N.C.S.P. To Our Staff!

Yulia M. Tamayo, Ed.S., N.C.S.P. Licensed School Psychologist   Yulia Tamayo, Ed.S. is a nationally certified and Florida licensed school psychologist. She achieved her graduate degree from the University of Florida. A career in school psychology fulfills her longstanding love for psychology and her vocation as an educator, inherited from her parents who are both …

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Feb
22

Parents’ Choice Winner

Lisa Grayce Schiavoni’s Practice has been recognized as one of the top Gainesville Psychology practices. Verified by Opencare.com

Nov
12

Got ADHD? Get CHADD!

 For more information on this valuable resource, visit: http://www.chadd.org/

Feb
12

The Dreaded W-Sitting In Toddlers

  http://www.yummymummyclub.ca/family/toddlers/20121001/the-dreaded-w-sitting-in-toddlers

Feb
12

AAP reaffirms no screen time for young children even though few parents listen

  http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/on-parenting/post/aap-reaffirms-no-screen-time-for-young-children-even-though-few-parents-listen/2011/10/18/gIQAZvpkuL_blog.html      

Feb
12

Mamajamas

My niece just launched a new website that I think might be helpful to some of you trying to figure out what baby gear you really need (and what you don’t!). The basic idea is to make a much better version of all those excel spreadsheets you.  Please be sure and check out the developmentally …

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Jan
29

CHADD Improves the Lives of Children and Adults with AD/HD

  CHADD is delighted to announce we are once again offering the Summer Camp Award. The program, open to children of CHADD members only, is offering  three awards of up to $6,500 each, and is designed to help parents or guardians afford the expenses associated with attendance at eligible summer camps and programs for children …

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Nov
08

How to Discipline Young Kids Effectively: 4 Steps Every Parent Can Take

Every time Karen tells her 5-year-old son Jayden it’s time to leave a friend’s house, he explodes, throwing his toys, screaming and kicking her. “It’s gotten to the point that I don’t want to take him anywhere anymore,” she says. For Sarah, the problem is a little different. Her 3-year-old toddler has started biting other …

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Nov
08

Fun Oral Motor Exercises for Children with Autism

To watch youtube video:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wWt3WKEY7Q

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