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Got Kids? 4 Tips for a Family-Friendly House

Great advice for finding a home that fits your family's needs!

A simple way that we can offer predictability, teach responsibility, and help our children feel a sense of accomplishment on a daily basis…

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Non-Verbal Cues May Help Build Young Kids' Vocabulary

Non-verbal cues such as pointing or gesturing may help develop a child’s vocabulary, even though it doesn’t involve saying new words. This is the finding of a new University of Chicago study that examined how vocabulary-building–a known predictor of later school success–might be encouraged in homes with all [...]

Can children with language impairments learn two languages? via The Hanen Centre