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Working together to benefit students

Working together to benefit students

Independent Educational Evaluations: What schools see vs what neuropsychologists see and how they can work together to benefit students.

Protecting kids’ teeth during summer months

Protecting kids’ teeth during summer months

While most parents and caregivers are pros at dealing with these common injuries, many may not know what to do for mouth injuries, like a chipped or knocked out tooth. The fact is that about 50 percent of kids experience some type of tooth injury during childhood, so it’s best to be prepared, especially because the moments just after a tooth injury can be traumatic.The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) has some simple tips for parents and caregivers to help them deal with the most common tooth injuries.

Still having accidents at the age of six?

Still having accidents at the age of six?

If your son or daughter was doing well with potty training and now has starting soiling or not making it to the bathroom on time when having a bowel movement, they may have a condition called encopresis.

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