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    Oct. 8 #WellnessWed Twitter Chat Regarding Children with Medical Complexity

    Tuesday, October 7, 2014

    WHAT:    A #WellnessWed Twitter chat will address the needs of children with medical complexity. The hour-long chat will cover:   •    What it means to have a child with medical complexity •    The challenges families and our health care system face in addressing the needs of children with medical complexity •    Solutions to improve care […]

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    Special Needs Educator Emphasizes the Importance of Cooking as a Key Life Skill

    Monday, September 29, 2014

    m4s0n501 NEW COOKBOOK OFFERS DELICIOUS, EVERYDAY RECIPES FOR THE DEVELOPMENTALLY-CHALLENGED COMMUNITY OR ANY YOUNG PERSON LEARNING TO COOK      In her 11 years of experience working with special education students, Beverly Worth Palomba has found that developmentally-challenged individuals require certain teaching strategies. After developing a culinary arts class for her special needs students, she […]

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    Solving the Healthy Lunch Dilemma w/ @emeals

    Saturday, August 30, 2014

    Don’t be tricked by labels that promise health benefits, or fun, colorful packaging that your son or daughter will love. Fruit roll-ups seem like the childhood dream food, but they have three types of sugar listed in the first five ingredients and some brands also have trans fats and artificial colors, which may lead to […]

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Spooksville Freak Files

LOS ANGELES — The Hub Network, a destination for kids and their families, is launching two entertaining digital initiatives — a series of webisodes called “Spooksville Freak Files” and an adventurous online game, “Streets of Spooksville” — to further engage viewers in the enticing and unfolding mystery behind its new live-action series, “Spooksville,” which airs […]


NY “Shock” Exchange – How a Group of Inner-City Kids Predicted the Great Recession

m4s0n501 When someone remarries, they often begin a “blended family” full of hopes and dreams. However, they soon find themselves faced with intense and often unexpected challenges – unhappy kids, constant differences in disciplinary styles, food, money, and a million other details of family life… not to mention ex-spouses. Dr. Patricia Papernow, a renowned psychologist […]

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Bullying – The Buck Stops With You

By Terri Fedonczak Author of Field Guide to Plugged-In Parenting…Even If You Were Raised by Wolves  The foundation of bullying and competition are the same: disconnection. Whether it’s a passive aggressive derision or a physical confrontation, the basis is a disconnection from what makes us human…loving kindness. The answer isn’t to focus on the tragedy […]


KIDSCORK offers simple solution for families apart this holiday season

One-size-fits-all Service is Perfect Holiday Gift Las Vegas – Families facing hectic work schedules, diverse family dynamics, or relatives who live long distance often miss out on day-to-day interaction with their children or grandchildren.  KidsCork.com, a new, affordable online service allows users to pre-record themselves reading a story children can access at a later time, […]


Fitness Expert Illustrates 700 Ways to Get In Shape

PORTLAND PHYSICAL THERAPIST RELEASES WORLD’S LARGEST ILLUSTRATED EXERCISE ENCYCLOPEDIA “MAD SKILLS” contains over 700 unique exercises to build strength and mobility for athletes of any kind  Portland, Oregon (Oct. 30, 2013) Last year Portland, Oregon physical therapist Ben Musholt competed on NBC’s hit TV show  American Ninja Warrior (conveniently mislabeled as James Sclar) and joined an elite group […]


Polar Loop Bundle Top Activity Bracelet 2013

Polar Loop Bundle includes the Polar Loop activity bracelet and a Polar H7 Bluetooth chest strap according to Heart Rate Watch Company. The company says it is the best activity tracker bracelet ever made. Why Loop Is Superior “FitBit, Nike Fuelband and the others don’t have the ability to display heart rate and it is […]