Posts from: September 2017
*SPONSORED POST BY GQ LAW*
In my practice, I have the privilege of working with parents of young children. It is always a tough conversation when we inevitably discuss the plan details relative to the death of one or both parents while their children are still young, but I find that it gives my clients comfort to know they can leave behind a trail of love (or what I like to call “Love Legacies”). Love Legacies are a gift or memento for children or other loved ones that you establish now...Posted on September 26, 2017 at 7:00 AM
*SPONSORED POST BY CHICAGO ABA THERAPY*
The Early Start Denver Model (ESDM) has transformed the lives of many young children with a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). If you are a parent of a young child who has a diagnosis of autism or shows characteristics of autism, ESDM can be hugely beneficial in teaching pivotal skills and enhancing interactions.
ESDM therapy is a comprehensive, early intensive intervention based on the principles of applied behavior analysis ...Posted on September 25, 2017 at 9:45 AM
You've had some time since the NPN Preschool & Elementary School Fair to decompress. Now what? Your search most likely will not stop now. Here are some additional steps to consider.
NPN's Virtual School Tours are a great way to supplement what you learned at the School Fair, and check out the schools you didn't see at the fair. You can browse by map location, or choose to sort schools by type or grade—all from the comfort of your couch!
Use NPN's school directory an...
Seven years of marriage has taught me a lot. How communicating with my wife (and really listening) when I would prefer to shut down really helps us solve problems. How saying “I’m sorry” should only be used if I truly mean it, because it could lead to further issues if I don’t. How marriage can be the most rewarding relationship I’ve ever experienced if I put in the work, and how it can be incredibly challenging if I don’t.
Yet no matter how much I’ve learned and how much work I’ve put...Posted on September 21, 2017 at 2:36 PM
Ever wonder what a “typical” day is like for a mom with two school-aged kids attending two different schools in two vastly different neighborhoods? We are a family in the South Loop, with a first-grader and preschooler. When our son received an offer to attend a highly-regarded CPS Selective Enrollment Elementary School on the far South Side last year, we were ecstatic about his opportunity but also had to give much consideration to how accepting that spot would turn our daily routine ups...Posted on September 11, 2017 at 9:26 AM
*PARENT PERK BY LANGUAGE STARS*
Language Stars provides play-based world language classes for kids ages 1-12! Each of our native-speaking teachers uses FunImmersion®, which includes games, songs and fun activities to provide cultural and language enrichment.
Whether this is your child’s first language experience or they already have been exposed to a world language, our play-based interactions in a full-immersion environment will allow your child to build their langua...Posted on September 05, 2017 at 7:00 AM