Whole Children
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The critical role of parents in child development and education and the need to understand and utilize the perspective of the “Whole Child” By Bob Doman   My game plan this Saturday morning was to write an article speaking to the importance of working with “whole” children. Before I could get going on this, I needed to address email questions … Read More

The Sweet Spot: Optimizing Education & Developmental Intervention
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by Bob Doman As a kid I played a lot of sports, and there was a term, “The Sweet Spot,” which was a bit of a mystery until I started hitting it. Since that time “The Sweet Spot” has come to be used in many situations; but in general, as it is applied, it means, “When a combination of factors … Read More

What It’s All About, Entering 2018
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by Robert J. Doman Jr. I recently got a call from an old NACD family that I hadn’t heard from for a few years. They live nearby and asked if they could come visit. They came over with their three children and a pie. It was great seeing them after a number of years. We were able to catch up … Read More

NACD & Families in Partnership
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by Robert J. Doman Jr. There is no more important job any of us ever have than raising a child, but there are very few jobs any of us ever have where we are given less training. Our goal at NACD is to help individuals achieve their innate potential. Our vehicle is the family. In the vast majority of cases, … Read More