NACD’s Annual Eastern European Event in Transylvania

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Bob Doman and some of our US staff, Sara Erling and Lyn Waldeck, have just returned from joining our Eastern European staff, Teodora Pop and Romina Varsandan, for our two week annual event in Transylvania. This is our 5th year meeting in Transylvania and something our families and staff look forward to each year. This year about 50 families were … Read More

Attention – One of the Greatest Gifts

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One of the greatest gifts you, Mom and Dad, can give your children is your attention. Face to face talking to your children, particularly your young children, is vitaI. A child’s first and hopefully best and most influential teachers are their parents. Today parents tend to rate their parenting on how nice their house is, how many screens their children … 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

Taking Charge of Your Child’s Education

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by Bob Doman Our interesting times continue on. Through the past year both nationally and internationally we have heard a lot of rhetoric regarding education. A year ago, there was a lot discussion regarding excessive screen time, but “education” for many of our children this past year meant being home and sitting in front of a computer screen all day. … Read More

National Down Syndrome Awareness Month: Turning Wishes Into Visions and Realities

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by Bob Doman The description of National Down Syndrome Awareness Month is as follows: “The month of October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month, where we celebrate and let everyone know our abilities and that we are capable of doing anything we set our minds to.” Children and adults with Down syndrome are near and dear to my heart, having known … Read More

Why Should I Move to Home Education This Year?

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by Bob Doman Are the schools going to be open this fall? Will our kids wear masks? Will school be five days a week or three or two? Are they going to find enough teachers willing to be in the classrooms? Or is it going to be more distance “learning?” Most families who experienced this at the end of the … Read More

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