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Five Tips for Students with ADHD By Blythe Grossberg, Psy.D., author of “Test Success”

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Students with ADHD are capable of great success in middle and high
school. They tend to be creative, energetic, and daring. There are,
however, some common obstacles that they have to overcome, and here
are five tried-and-true strategies that students with ADHD can use to
leverage their strengths in school. It’s particularly important for middle and high school students with ADHD to have an airtight system for keeping track of long-term assignments. Children with ADHD need to understand the contours of their own energy levels

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Speech Language Therapy Updates

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Our speech language pathology department is passionate about our work: We are caring, supportive, and creative; the payoff- the children and students we work with are very excited to see us and they are proud of their accomplishments! Our speech and language staff is growing and we are now offering bilingual Spanish and French speech language evaluations and we are expanding our speech and language services to your Queens home!

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Air Mask, by Johanna McCarthy, LMSW

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Children come into this earth to teach parents humility. As wonderful as our child may be they will not turn out to be the ?perfect being? we imagined. The infant that we fantasize will be going to Harvard to be a physicist could easily become a happy high school graduate playing in a band. There are many things as parents that we don?t have control over and situations can arise with which we can’t cope. We all want what?s best for our children. We, often, feel that it is our duty to deny ourselves our previous indulgences in order to provide for our children.

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Getting A ?D? for Over Supplementation, by Richard Kahn, M.S. Registered Dietitian

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Vitamin D is a hot vitamin that just got a bit cooler. Due to its popularity, D is now in more foods than ever. It used to lurk in milk but now it is in orange juice and many other common foods. In addition, D functions differently in different cultures. To further complicate the picture, there remains important disagreement as to how D functions among knowledgeable nutrition scientists. The dominant view is that about a 1,000 mg of calcium are needed for bone health. The main idea in this school is that the bones are like banks that need frequent

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