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Posts filed under "Education"

Media Allowance Tips for Parents

Posted by Lisa LaGrou October 1, 2014 Behavioral Health, Blog, Education, Health, OCM Blog, Reviews, Solutions

I started a strict media allowance plan for my kids this summer after realizing their appetite for screen time was becoming problematic.

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Oakland County Free Women’s Self Defense Classes

Posted by Glen LaGrou October 1, 2014 Education, Family Health, Health

Registration is now open for the FREE Oakland County women’s self-defense classes sponsored by the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office in partnership with the iGroup Model and Talent Agency and the Miss Michigan America Organization.

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National Walk to School Day 2014

Posted by Lisa LaGrou September 17, 2014 Education, Health

National Walk to School Day is Wednesday, October 8, 2014. Rain or shine, National Walk to School Day is a great day to celebrate healthy, green initiatives with the kids.

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College Transition Tips for Girls

Posted by Lisa LaGrou September 11, 2014 Education, Health, Reviews, Solutions
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College transition tips for girls. From safety, to homesickness, to making new friends… here’s what college freshman girls should know.

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Parent Teacher Communication Tips

Posted by Lisa LaGrou September 3, 2014 Education, Health, Reviews, Solutions

Establishing effective communication between home and school is important to review whenever a situation like a new teacher or new school year arises.

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How to Ease the Back to School Jitters

Posted by Lisa LaGrou August 31, 2014 Education, Health

As we prepare for back to school, kids experience a wide range of emotions. Some children feel excited to start a new year, but at the same time get nervous about what’s ahead.

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School Bus Ready Parenting Tips

Posted by Lisa LaGrou August 30, 2014 Education, Reviews, Solutions

Preparing for the first day of school can be stressful enough for parents and children, and when you add a first bus ride to the mix, it’ll make you realize just how brave, outgoing and incredible your young children are.

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Back to School Tips for ADHD Students

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Back to School Tips for ADHD Students - Heading back to school can be a stressful time for any family; even more so for those families who have children diagnosed with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

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Free ASQ Screenings at Great Start Collaborative

Posted by Lisa LaGrou August 27, 2014 Education, Family Health, Health, Reviews, Solutions

Great Start Collaborative provides free ASQ screenings (Ages and Stages Development Screenings) as a service to help parents determine development among several different criteria.

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Recommendation for Later Start Times for High School Students

Posted by Glen LaGrou August 25, 2014 Behavioral Health, Education, Health, Home, News

To help aid teen sleep deprivation, the AAP (American Academy of Pediatrics) is recommending that high schools and junior highs start classes at 8:30a (or even later).

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