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

Middle Ear Fluid

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A common and very significant issue in young children is the presence of fluid in the middle ear. The middle ear is the space behind the eardrum that contains the three tiny bones of the ear—the incus, malleus, and stapes. This space is normally filled with air. When sound waves travel through the ear canal and cause the eardrum to … Read More

“Can You Hear Me Now?” – FM Systems

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by Lori Riggs, M.A., CCC/SLP Director of NACD’s Center for Speech and Sound “Can you hear me now?” “What did I say?” “Are you listening to me?” “Please just say ——-.” “Say dog/ horse.” “Read my lips.” At NACD we have been working on all of the pieces of the puzzle that help your children learn and develop. All of … Read More

Potato Peeling Broth

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Use a large cooking pot with distilled water and add the following: Potato peelings—cut into the potato about a half inch and discard the center Apple peelings Carrots, including tops Celery, including leaves Okra Beets, including tops Italian parsley Green pepper Parsnip Zucchini Cucumber Green cabbage Broccoli Kale Onion Ginger Garlic Spinach Dandelion greens Asparagus Chop or grate vegetables and … Read More

Veal Joint-Healing Broth

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  Recommended especially for arthritis, rheumatism, and osteoporosis. Keep in mind these conditions are symptoms, not the disease. Note: Although you might think using a veal joint is using meat, it is not. A real meat broth is high in uric acid. Meat contains the uric acid, which can be harmful in many cases of arthritis, rheumatism, and osteoporosis as well … Read More

Goat Milk

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This is a website where people can locate raw goat milk in their area: www.realmilk.com. It is illegal except in 13 states to purchase raw goat milk commercially and illegal in many states to ship raw goat milk across state lines. However, many local goat dairy farms will sell you some. In some states, such as Oregon, it is legal to … Read More

Buffalo Milk

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There is no animal milk other than raw goat milk which is alkaline, naturally homogenized, and has colostrum which exactly replicates Mother’s milk colostrum–the most important factor for immunity and the immune system. (Please see article on Raw Goat and its comparison to cow milk for full information). Next to raw goat milk I prefer homemade nut milks. Having said … Read More

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