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Reducing Suspensions and Rethinking Discipline
By Erin Harris | Posted on 08.12.2015 | with 0 comments
If suspensions and expulsions don’t work, what does? Check out this guide to keeping kids in school and out of trouble.  Read more »
From Complex Trauma to Triumph: How a Woman With DD Makes It on Her Own
By Mahdee Raieesdana | Posted on 08.06.2015 | with 0 comments
No one believed there was hope for this girl with developmental disabilities who'd been so abused. But what she accomplished is incredible.  Read more »
Study Suggests Watching Too Much TV Raises Risk of Alzheimer's
By Terry Vittone | Posted on 08.05.2015 | with 0 comments
Sedentary lifestyles and social isolation seem to speed decline of cognitive function, researchers say.  Read more »
Compassion Fatigue: Could It Be Compromising Your Professionalism?
By Pam Sikorski | Posted on 08.04.2015 | with 3 comments
Do you excel at taking care of others—but put yourself last on your priority list? Here's how to cope with caregiving.  Read more »
10 Tips Nurses Want Hospital Visitors to Know
By Terry Vittone | Posted on 08.04.2015 | with 0 comments
Nurses understand that visitors to the hospital have good intentions. Here are 10 simple things visitors can observe to make sure their visit is as helpful and healthy as possible.   Read more »
The Soul Goal
By Judith Schubert | Posted on 08.03.2015 | with 1 comments
I am touched and humbled by your work. You are the soul of teaching our children and caring for our loved ones.  Read more »
I Am EVERYWHERE! (And So Are You)
By Lesley Rynders | Posted on 07.31.2015 | with 1 comments
I said this a lot in New Orleans. 'Cause when you walk 13.6 miles in one day (true story!), you kind of are EVERYWHERE!    Read more »
The Dementia Talking
By Beth Britton | Posted on 07.29.2015 | with 4 comments
Ever feel like you’re flailing in the darkness of dementia? Beth Britton, whose dad had vascular dementia, has ways to cope with guilt and distress.  Read more »
4 Powerful Ways to Reduce Racism and Discrimination in Schools
By Diann Scroggins | Posted on 07.29.2015 | with 0 comments
Here's how to challenge the assumptions, biases, and structures of racism and discrimination.  Read more »
Cyberbullying: A Crime in New Zealand
By Erin Harris | Posted on 07.28.2015 | with 0 comments
Sending a message that criticizes someone’s race, religion, gender, sexuality, or disability is now against the law in New Zealand.  Read more »
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