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Working with Preschoolers? Replace your Phonics Flash Cards with Plan B Flash Cards!

A new report out of the Clearinghouse on Early Education and Parenting provides an interesting distinction between “academic” versus “intellectual” goals in early education settings.  Under the definitions used in this report, academic goals are, for instance, learning to read, while intellectual goals are, for instance, learning to use reasoning to predict outcomes to existing

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Through Your Child’s Eyes

We know that one of the most powerful components of Collaborative Problem Solving is the understanding that comes with viewing children through the lens of “kids do well if they can.” We work very hard to help adults see the child’s perspective – broadly when we discuss lagging thinking skills and specifically during the first

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A Natural Fix for ADHD?

Recent research sheds some additional light on the “real” problem of ADHD- that is, when a child who’s wired for novelty-seeking is placed in an environment that’s regimented, structured, and lacks the level of complexity they are biologically prepared to manage, there becomes a problem. The result is problematic. But, what’s the solution? In his

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Rethinking Challenging Kids-Where There’s a Skill There’s a Way

View Dr. Stuart Ablon presenting on our model at the TedxBeaconStreet, a Tedx Event below.

Dr. Ablon on Ask the Doctor

Dr. Ablon was recently asked to participate in NAMIs’ Ask the Doctor program. Click below to listen to a recording of Dr. Ablon introducing the approach and then taking questions from parents and clinicians.