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  • Special Diets
    When one is on a special diet it does not mean that they have to miss weddings, birthday parties, holiday BBQ's, or other events where food is served. More and more people, especially caterers and those who work in the restaurant industry, are becom...

  • Fitness Fun
    MOVING IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION When one of my athletes begins trying something new or different, I let it happen. Discovering an enjoyment of movement, even if it is a slightly different way to jump or swing the fitness rope around, is cause to get ...

  • Nutrition
    Can All Foods FIT? When meal planning, use balance and moderation to control portions. This allows you to fit all foods into your meal plan. Balance Balance what you eat and drink with your activity level. Pay attention to the calories you are ...

  • Options Beyond High School
    As a person with learning disabilities, or the parent of a student with LD, there are many decisions to be made about the future, post-high school. Maybe college is one option, or a different educational opportunity may be the right choice. Perhaps ...

  • Reinforcment
    IMPROVING BEHAVIOR ONE INTERACTION AT A TIME Pediatricians and educators tell parents to “reward good behavior”, but what does that really mean? Reward is often used as a lay term for the behavioral principle of reinforcement, but understanding...


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