NACD & Flexible Spending Accounts

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by Sue Lesch   With our current economic times, it’s now more important than ever to make sure you’re taking advantage of every possible way to save money.  I’m writing this to tell you about my family’s experience using our Flexible Spending Account (FSA) to pay for our NACD expenses.    For those of you who don’t know, an FSA … Read More

The Importance of TDI Targeted Developmental Intervention™

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NACD provides TDI Targeted Developmental Intervention™ for children and adults, with the goal of accelerating neurological development and function. Targeted Interventions are targeted because they are specific to the individual. At NACD, there is no “one size fits all” approach. There is no formula or program to match a label. The treatment techniques and strategies are incorporated, developed, modified, and … Read More

NACD KIDS: Therapeutic Videos Help Hannah, Lauren and Joseph

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by Ashley Lammons I have three children on the autism spectrum and they have been on NACD’s TDI Targeted Developmental Intervention® for 9 months. I have six-year old twin girls and a son who is now 3 ½. Hannah and her sister Lauren were born prematurely at 25 weeks. Hannah is legally blind. When we started with NACD she was … Read More

NACD: Doing What Works for Homeschooling

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   For nearly thirty years, NACD has helped over 30,000 people of all ages and ability make exceptional strides in their mental and physical development.  Helping people with significant neurological issues has given NACD profound insight into how typical and gifted individuals can achieve highly advanced abilities.   NACD has a long tradition of actively supporting Homeschooling.  They have developed … Read More

NACD KIDS: From Smart to Brilliant

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– by Elisse Davis Last fall, I decided to finally enlist the help of NACD in my homeschool efforts.  My friend had been telling me about NACD for years, so now that my youngest had turned two, I thought I could make the commitment.  My oldest daughter, Ariel, in 5th grade, is a smart child, usually self-motivated, and happily compliant.   … Read More

Parenting 101: Being Specific – Parent Power

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Robert J. Doman, Jr. One of the keys to development and education revolves around the word specific. How specific the input is, and how appropriate it is to the individual child, largely determines how much impact it has on the brain. Random, disorganized input, which I call “stuff,” does not develop brains; specific, appropriate input does. Understanding the importance of … Read More

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