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Mom Boss: Effective Advocacy

It is safe to assume if you are reading this, you are a curious a mom.  The title “mom,” rarely doesn’t have some descriptive attached to it. Soccer, bad, good, working, stay-at-home, world’s best, foster, adoptive, step, certainly I have left off a few, but you get the gist.   Mom is a mixed bag of love, reward, joy, pain, and sleeplessness.  It is only fair I warn you spring chicken moms, yes, newborns are hard.  The terrible twos were invented by …

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Jam-Ed: How Music Impacts Learning

Jam-Ed: How Music Impacts Learning Today I am writing to you a word about the power of music and how it greatly impacts learning.  I am not classifying this post as part of the learning disabilities series, because I think applies to every aspect of learning and parenting.   So, I have a confession, I love Jesus, and I am not a big praise and worship gal.  Don’t go anywhere, let me explain. I promise I have a point (a pretty …

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Creating an Atmosphere of Chill for your LD Child

Creating an Atmosphere of Chill for your LD Child Welcome to post 5 in the Help my Child has Learning Disabilities Series.  Today I am writing to you about atmosphere.  No matter if you are dealing with an LD child or not, take a moment to take stock of the environment around you.  The atmosphere you are in matters. I want to use an example that has nothing to do with LD to emphasis how atmosphere impacts us.  It is …

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Atmosphere Product Recommends for Your LD Child

So as not to bombard you with links in a post, this post goes along with Creating an Atmosphere of Chill. I am creating this product recommendation post for atmosphere helps.  It does include affiliate links, cause a girl’s gotta buy groceries. Laundry Product For laundry detergent, there is the option of making your own.  I am including that recipe at the bottom of this post (jump to recipe ,) you can use essential oils to add a touch of …

Homeschooling A Disabled Learner: Ten Things to Consider

Homeschooling A Disabled Learner: Ten Things to Consider Welcome back, this is post #5 in the Help! My Kid has Learning Disabilities summer series.  And today I have TEN things to consider when homeschooling a disabled learner. Here is the countdown! I loved homeschooling.  I have said this, I know.  But, here I go again, we have run the gamut of schooling.  3 graduated from home, 1 is graduating in the fall from public high school, and two have their …

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Your LD Child and Their Teachers: Stuff to Think About

Your LD Child and Their Teachers: Stuff to Think About Welcome back to the Help! My Child has Learning Disabilities Series.  Today I am writing to you about school, teachers, and your child. This post is #4 in the series. As I have said in previous posts, our family has done all the things in the ways of schooling.  And I will be writing about homeschooling your learning disabled child next. But today it is all about public and private …