Death Before Death: Alzheimer’s Disease

The ability to think is quite remarkable, and one that we often take for granted. It enables us to make decisions, to express our concerns, to giggle at our favorite jokes, to share memories, to express our love for one another…   And yet, here we are: every 66 seconds, this is taken away from…
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How Did We Get To Holland? A Journey To Autism

Sesame Street writer Emily Perl Kingsley is often asked to describe what it is like to raise child with disability.  She describes it as planning a trip to Italy, but unexpectedly arriving in Holland. Her entire poem is moving, but she explains that while the trip was unexpected, there are still many things to enjoy…
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Calling All Parents: Your Role In Reducing Anxiety

Being a parent is one of the most influential roles you can hold in our society, but it is also proving to be one of the most difficult. These days, the books are endless about parenting styles and how they can help (or hurt) your child’s development (Here’s Amazon’s Top 100 List of Books for…
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Expectation V. Reality: The Blurred Truth Of Schizophrenia

On your walk home today, you witness two feathers floating to the ground. You can imagine the crispness of their hollow shaft and the softness of their feathers running through your hand… but what if someone told you only one of them was real?   You experienced both feathers in the same capacity, so you…
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