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Brown,Nicole_hs

In the early months and years of life a child is learning by leaps and bounds. And much of that learning happens through hearing. So how early – and by what means – can you tell if a child is deaf or hard of hearing? And what are the options for early intervention to improve…

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Murphy,Barb_hs

These days most of us know that a good preschool experience can give a child a big boost in being ready to succeed, both socially and academically, in school. But there are so many different types of preschools and sometimes the choices can feel overwhelming. In this week’s Mom Enough show, Barbara Murphy, director of…

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Beseke,Steve_hs

When Steve Beseke was born with cerebral palsy in the 1960s, his parents had to fight for him to have the same opportunities typically developing children had in school and in life. And they had to make special efforts to help their son develop the perseverance, persistence and patience (what Steve now calls the three…

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Carlson,Nancy_hs

Many children today struggle with ADHD – and their parents and teachers along with them. But even if your child doesn’t have a diagnosable attention problem, at times you may find yourself frustrated that your child’s mind seems to wander just when you’re trying to give him or her important instructions. Celebrated children’s author and…

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Lampert,Jillian_hs

From the earliest years of life, our children are bombarded with societal messages that can undermine their appreciation of their bodies and their understanding of what healthy living really means. Although it’s challenging to try to counter powerful media messages and social forces, we can do it with persistence and the right information to guide…

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