NACD’s critically acclaimed app for treating apraxia has been re-released
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The National Association for Child Development announces the re-release of their popular NACD Home Speech Therapist’s Speech Therapy for Apraxia app, which has been a top medical app across the globe. The app is available on the Apple store.   https://apps.apple.com/us/app/nacd-speech-apraxia/id1625372283 Ogden, Utah July 30, 2022 The National Association for Child Development, an innovator in all aspects of child development … Read More

Family Reset Challenge
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by Bob Doman We all have the tendency to get stuck in many patterns and ruts that can make it very difficult for us to achieve our potential as individuals, parents, and as families. When we take time to assess what and how we are doing, we can usually come up with a list of things we acknowledge that we … Read More

Keeping Our Heads on Straight & Moving Forward
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by Bob Doman The war in the Ukraine keeps going on, China is making more noise about Taiwan, the kids aren’t cooperating, and how much did you pay for gas today? Looking back over the decades, it would appear that we need to accept the fact that the world is going to keep throwing challenges our way, and we need … Read More

The Most Important Meal of the Day is Not Breakfast, It’s the Meal(s) the Family Has Together
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by Bob Doman “All great change in America starts at the dinner table.”  — Ronald Reagan   If your children are infants, toddlers, of school age, or adults, or somewhere in between, family meals can be incredibly important. Whether our motivation is teaching a skill (such as eating or participating in meal preparation) or fostering family dynamics (such as communicating … Read More

Educational Options 2022
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Your Child’s Educational Future: Questions Every Parent Should Ask Themselves by Bob Doman Whether you have a gifted or typical child, a child with learning or attention issues or special needs, parents need to understand what their role is, and the role, if any, of schools. More and more parents are realizing that the one size fits all education—just plug them … Read More

Arianna: You Can Say It Loud & Clear
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Arianna started at NACD, when she was 11-month-old. Today she is a 23-year-old young lady enjoying life and all the opportunities that come along. Last year she graduated from a 4-year trade school in administration and customer services.  As part of her studies, she did a 5-month internship as a receptionist in a psychology’s office. She was at the front … Read More

Don’t Forget About Chores
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Click above to watch the video   Please take a look at these videos (above) of my 26 month old grandson, Lachlan, doing one of his chores and learning another. This first one is a chore that he owns that helps his dad out in his office. As I have often stated, chores are the route to independence, learning about … Read More

Processing Power: What Every Parent Needs to Know
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  Processing and Its Relationship to Cognition, Maturity, and Global Function What every parent needs to understand about processing: It’s not about chronological age, it’s processing power. by Bob Doman Whether your child is “typical,” has learning or attention issues or special needs, you need to understand your child’s processing level and its global significance. Knowing and understanding your child’s … Read More

Another Educational Option
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by Bob Doman I wish I could say how great it is to be back to normal, how happy we all are to be done with Covid-19; but we’re not. Fortunately, here in Utah things are back pretty close to normal, but that certainly isn’t true in a lot of the world. As you are evaluating life as it is … Read More

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