The Home and the School: Conflict or Complement?
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by Robert J. Doman Jr. Summer is over at last. The kids are back in school and you are getting settled into the new routine. Don’t get settled too fast, because now is the time to reorganize, get your act together and to do it right! By the time this article reaches your homes, you have probably already started the … Read More

How to Do Program Over the Holidays: What Your Evaluator Wants You to Know
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by Ellen Doman I think that I speak for all of the evaluators when I say that we want you to enjoy the holidays with your children and family. In order to really have a nice time without worrying about all of the things you are not getting done on program, there are a few things that you need to … Read More

Say What You Mean and Mean What You Say Part 1 – Communication
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by Bob Doman I just finished a novel, Yellow Birds, by Kevin Powers, a very well written, powerful book about the experience of a solder participating in the war in Iraq. On the next to last page of the book there was a sentence that jumped out at me. The author, in reference to something that had been very significant … Read More

Say What You Mean and Mean What You Say Part 2 – Education/Behavior
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by Bob Doman Most child management/behavior problems are credibility problems, a problem with the parent’s and/or the teacher’s credibility. If you don’t say what you mean and mean what you say, your child learns simply not to believe you. “If you do this again, I’m gonna….” The credibility problem more often than not begins when our children are toddlers because … Read More

Tymps, Tymps, Tymps
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by Lori Riggs, MA, CCC/SLP Are you tired hearing us talk about tympanograms yet? We’re not tired of talking about them or recommending that you get them yet. Obviously we’re not afraid to admit that we’re pretty opinionated on the subject of how significantly middle ear fluid can affect a child’s development. For years there has been conflicting information by … Read More

Fun With Words: English is Easy
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by Gloria Lindsay The following was forwarded to us from Gloria Lindsay, long time NACD mom and supporter. The original author is unknown. For those of you who are feeling impatient about your child’s language development, this will make you stop and think about what a daunting task it really is to master our language! English is one of the … Read More

NACD Telephone Seminar CDs
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If you missed any of the phone seminars or just want a copy to review or share with friends and family, they are now available. The CDs contain Robert Doman’s opening commentary followed by a question and answer session. These unique CDs are full of wonderful and valuable information on each particular topic discussed. Due to the number of people … Read More

Establishing a Positive Environment Through Data Collection
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Robert J. Doman Jr. All of those who attended the seminar are now familiar with positive environment and how to establish it in the home. We define a positive environment as one in which the ratio of four positive responses exists to every one negative response the child receives. The implications of a positive environment are extremely numerous; in effect … Read More

Making This School Year A Success
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by Ellen Doman Getting through the school year can be a real challenge for you and your child. As this one gets going, let’s be sure that it’s a great one. Think that’s impossible? You’re wrong. The purpose of the school year is LEARNING. Make a sign and put it on your refrigerator. We need this posted because we so … Read More

Advocacy 101: From a NACD Parent
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by Annie Kratzsch It was in an ophthalmology waiting room that I first heard about NACD. I struck up a conversation with a mom who was feeding her daughter through a g-tube. My son, Collin, like her little girl, used a feeding tube to eat. He was also cortically blind, had a catastrophic seizure disorder, extremely low muscle tone, and … Read More

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