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4 Effective Ways to Help Your Child Finish Their Homework: Does your child get overwhelmed when starting a task? Or do they struggle to complete their work? Read the article below for four proven strategies recommended by professionals- guaranteed to help your child start and finish their homework.
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Can a child have both ADHD and ASD? The short answer is yes and the sooner it’s diagnosed, the better. Dr. Amir Miodovnik, a developmental pediatrician at Boston Children’s Hospital authored a study, which shows that symptoms of ADHD may, in fact, conceal ASD in very young children. The study appeared in the October 2015 print issue of Pediatrics.
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