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June Newsletter

If you would like to download the June Newsletter – Behavioral & Educational Solutions, P.C. – Volume 1, Issue 4 – June 1, 2017 please CLICK HERE  

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5 Ways Parents and Teachers Support Social and Emotional Development

5 Ways Parents and Teachers Support Social and Emotional Development There’s an old adage that you’ve no doubt heard, “It takes a village to raise a child.” While as parent you are your child’s first teacher, entering school is a huge step in his/her social and emotional development. Teachers and parents play an important role…

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May Newsletter

If you would like to download the May Newsletter – Behavioral & Educational Solutions, P.C. – Volume 1, Issue 3 – May 1, 2017 please CLICK HERE

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April Newsletter

If you would like to download the April Newsletter – Behavioral & Educational Solutions, P.C. – Volume 1, Issue 2 – April 1, 2017 please  CLICK HERE  

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Separation Anxiety – What is normal?

Separation anxiety is a normal reaction, in young children, when a parent has to say “good-bye” or is away from the child’s environment. As a parent the reaction can be difficult to watch, but rest assured that the child’s reaction is within typical developmental behaviors. However, there are ways to relieve the stress to the…

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February Newsletter

If you would like to download the February Newsletter – Behavioral & Educational Solutions, P.C. – Volume 1, Issue 1 – February 21, 2017 please  CLICK HERE Social-Emotional Development Children grow and change so much in their first three years. They learn to walk, talk, and play with friends. They go from needing their parents…

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The Importance of Social & Emotional Development Among Young Children

When a child is born, they enter into the world with a unique set of personality characteristics that they carry with them throughout life. While some children are naturally easygoing, others struggle with regulating their emotions. Learning how to interact socially with others is also a normal part of childhood, and it is our job…

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Typical Toddler Skill Development (When to be Concerned)

Toddlers are amazing little human undergoing rapid transformations, in every possible way. Within the first five years of life, the brain grows faster than it ever will again. These little sponges are constantly absorbing information. For infants and toddlers, the learning process is synergistic, each new skill they attain facilitates the development of more skills.

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Bullying at School

When most people think of a school bully, they imagine a large, strong male child with a fierce look in his eyes which strikes terror in anyone he passes in the hallway. In fact, bullies can come in any age, sex, build or socioeconomic background. They make life miserable for those that they terrorize, so…

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