Author Archive

April 19, 2022

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Tags: Adam, ADHD, Coutts, Instructor, Meditation, Mind, PhD

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Categories: adhd

Adam Coutts has been teaching meditation and mindfulness for twenty years, mostly through weekly sitting groups, eight-week classes, corporate webinars, phone trainings, and one-on-one coaching.  For the past couple years, he has been leading a “Mindfulness Meditation for ADHD/ADD” course in corporate settings and in phone trainings.  He has sat meditation daily for thirty years […]

Press releases are posted on Independent.com as a free community service. Santa Barbara County – The Rotary Club of Santa Barbara recognized teacher Jill Egar for her care and devotion to the special education preschool students she serves in the Santa Barbara Unified School District (SBUSD). At the Rotary Club’s luncheon on April 15, 2022, […]

April 19, 2022

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Tags: Childs, Executive, function, improve

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Categories: adhd

4 Steps You can Take Right Now to Make a Difference 1. “Do your eyes light up when your child enters the room?” Maya Angelou Since Executive Functions (EF) are social in nature and purpose, connection is everything. It is the foundation of self-esteem, self-regulation and more. EF are best learned in connected relationships. Neglect […]

April 19, 2022

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Tags: Impossible, Parenting, Podcast, Showcase, special, survival

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Categories: Special Needs Parenting

Welcome to the next in the Podcast Showcase series, where we share podcasts with you in the words of the podcasters themselves. This time, we talk to Parenting Impossible – The Special Needs Survival Podcast. Sum up your podcast in three sentences This podcast is a combination of interview format with professionals, individuals sharing their […]

April 19, 2022

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Tags: Anna, conversation, neurodevelopment, Penn, placenta, Spectrum

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Categories: autism

Anna Penn associate professorColumbia University A decade ago, Anna Penn received a call from a Scientific American reporter who wanted to know what to call the area of ​​research that probes connections between the placenta and disorders of the brain. “Neuroplacentology,” Penn said, providing a word of her own invention. it has since become the […]

April 19, 2022

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Tags: Britney, pregnant, Spears

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Categories: Parenting

The singer is expecting her third child and we’re pretty excited. Yes, you definitely read that correctly—Britney Spears is having a baby! The singer took to Instagram on Monday, April 11, to share the exciting news, posting an image of a pink tea mug along with a long caption revealing her pregnancy. Spears and her […]

April 19, 2022

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Tags: ADHD, advisor, Buy, David, Dewitt, Dorm, Inflatable, investment, money, Palm, tree

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Categories: adhd

David DeWitt is a registered investment advisor and podcaster who helps adults with ADHD take back control of their money. He’s been a registered investment advisor for 6 years but it wasn’t until he had his ADHD awakening in early 2021 that he realized he wanted to work with other people with ADHD. David knows […]

April 19, 2022

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Tags: Editorial, education, failing, foreign, Japans, kids, roots, system

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Categories: Special needs education

There are many children in Japan with foreign roots who, because they don’t speak Japanese well, cannot take regular classes at school. One in 20 public primary and junior high school students across the country who need Japanese language lessons have been put in classes originally intended for children with disabilities, a national survey recently […]

April 19, 2022

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Tags: OneMoreThingItis, time

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Categories: adhd

I Have a Confession I suffer from “one-more-thing-itis,” a minor ailment marked by a tendency to run 5 minutes late. I used to complicate this dis-ease with guilt and excessive excuses, but I’m happy to report that it’s a manageable condition. I’ve learned to offer explanations and accept responsibility, without beating myself up (too much). […]

April 19, 2022

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Tags: Generational, Heal, helps, Trauma

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Categories: Parenting

When I was 13, I asked to be admitted to a psychiatric hospital. I was racked with debilitating Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), forced to write each individual letter against a straight edge, hellbent on perfection. It was messing with my seventh grade mojo. The perfectionism, in turn, shredded my sleep schedule. I spent countless hours, […]