NACD KIDS: NACD Changed My Life
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By Melissa G. I remember a lot of things from before program, but I don’t remember how much having an inefficient brain affected all the things that happened to me. Some kids who have problems learning get to the point where they just say, “I have ADHD (or whatever their problem is called)” the same way they would say, “I … Read More

Learning and Attention Issues – Exploring What Works – DVD
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Everyone who has who knows someone who has a child with a learning or attention problem needs to see this DVD. The DVD explains the pieces of the puzzle and how to address the issues relative to those with Learning and Attention issues – Learning Disabilities, Dyslexia, ADD & ADHD. It contains a two-hour DVD seminar presented by Robert J Doman, Jr. NACD Newsletter, … Read More

Toilet Training: Is My Child Ready???
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There are several stages of potty training. They begin with showing signs of potty training readiness and conclude with being able to use the toilet away from home. The first stage of potty training begins when your child shows the following signs of potty training readiness: Can process a sequence of 2-3 Expresses an interest in using the potty Notices … Read More

Parents’ Brag: No More Signs of Aspergers
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by Lou Stinnett I have to share a recent event that thrilled me, but first, you need to understand the background. When my son Bradley started his NACD program at age eleven, he was two to three years behind academically, and he had diagnoses of Aspergers, a form of autism, and Tourette’s Syndrome. Over the next two years on program, … Read More

The NACD Perspective: Why We Do What We Do
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Abstract: What makes NACD uniquely qualified to help individuals succeed and how can parents actively participate? NACD was established in 1979. We’re an international organization with many chapters and regions around the United States as well as our international chapters. We work with a full range of individuals—from those in a coma to those who are gifted and talented and anything in between. … Read More

A Special Thank You from Bob
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This past Christmas I was overwhelmed when I received an entire book of notes and pictures from my NACD families. You all have no idea how privileged and honored I feel to be able to participate in your lives and those of your children. The book has become my most treasured possession. Thank you all from the bottom of my … Read More

The Selective Use of TV and Videos for Advancing the Development of Special Needs, Typical and Accelerated Preschool Children
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Robert J. Doman Jr. TV/Videos and The Preschool Child For over twenty-five years, the National Association for Child Development (NACD) has had the opportunity to serve a large, international caseload of children covering the entire functional spectrum. Our work with innovating ways to accelerate the development of children with profound developmental issues (such as brain injury, autism and Down syndrome) … Read More

Autism & Communication Disorder – A Journey With Marcus
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The picture of the handsome soccer player attached to this narrative is my eleven-year-old son Marcus. To look at his handsome face, one would never believe the story behind this sweet-spirited young man. At this point it seems a little surreal, but to borrow an old cliché, “We’ve come a long way, baby!” My pregnancy was normal, c-section delivery was … Read More

Down Syndrome: “Bill Davies”
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When our son Bill was born we had no idea what an extraordinary journey we were embarking upon. It has been one fraught with times of fear, disappointment, sadness, frustration and many roadblocks. However, the joy, the good times and his amazing success in all of his endeavors have far outweighed the bad. He has opened a whole new world … Read More

Down Syndrome: “Gregory”
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On April 19, 1983 we heard these words from a doctor, “I believe your newborn son has Down’s Syndrome. I encourage you to take him home from the hospital, but he probably won’t be able to go to school, run, read or write.” Those words were very sobering concerning our son’s prognosis. They were also words we chose not to … Read More

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