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No Limits

So often the labels that people put on our kids come with a list of limits or issues we should expect or achievements we shouldn't expect. Today I was talking to a new client and I was reminded once again of one of the reasons I love ND so much.  This family has been...

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Frequency, Intensity, and Duration

One of the ways a neurodevelopmental program differs from typical education is in its focus on frequency, intensity, and duration. In a typical classroom situation, frequency is sometimes only once or twice a week, classes are often 40-50 minutes long, and lectures...

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Too, Young, Too Old, or Just Right?

People often wonder what ages we work with in our neurodevelopmental programs.  Is there such a thing as too young?  Am I too old? The majority of our clients are school aged children, but ND is in no way limited by age.  Let me introduce you to a few of our clients...

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I Didn’t Know

When I started training to be a neurodevelopmentalist, I knew – That I’d be helping families help their child achieve their full potential That kids would learn to read better That memories would improve That kids would learn to talk That haircuts would stop being a...

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Why Neurodevelopment?

People are always asking me why I decided to become a neurodevelopmentalist.  The short answer is – because it changed our lives and what could be more fun than helping other families’ lives change like ours did. There is a little longer answer, too.  I really love...

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Evaluations 101 : What is an evaluation?

Coming to your first neurodevelopmental evaluation can be scary, daunting, intimidating.  It’s also a time of great anticipation and hope.  Maybe having a little better feel for what an evaluation is like can help reduce those negative feelings a bit and maybe even...

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