Effective Communication with Your Child’s School

Note: This post was written by Carole Richards.   With school conference time approaching, it is important to reflect on effective communication strategies with your child’s school and most importantly, his teacher.  Here are some strategies I have found effective with our clients, and my own children. You are the customer. Whether your child attends a public school (you pay …

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Five Strategies To Help Your Child Become More Successful In School

Note: This post was written by a guest author.   Strategy #1 You Understand Your Child Better Than Anyone Else. You are the most important person in your child’s life!  No one loves your child more than you.   While you may find it difficult to describe your child’s strengths and needs, you have the most insight into your child. When …

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How To Organize Your “Stuff” — A Simple Organizational System for School Work

Keep It Simple — Keep Your Sanity. Getting organized is most challenging at the beginning of the school year.  While many students struggle with organization, it often seems chaotic for children with learning disabilities like ADD/ADHD or LD.  Many of these children struggle with executive functioning skills. We recommend a very simple and proven organizational system.  We find that many …

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Blog Kick-Off!

Note: This post was written by a guest author.   Welcome to the first ever North Coast Education Services Blog!  Here you will be able to learn more about what NCES does and how it effects you and your community.  Check our blog regularly for tips on such topics as: *dealing with bullying in 2012 *what report cards are really …

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