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So You’re a Speech Therapist…
June 8, 2018

By: Shelley Leiner, M-SLP, S-LP (C), Speech-Language Pathologist, Talk With Me – Anglophone East School District Recently, a family friend that…

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Children’s Online Privacy: Do parents share too much? By: Erin MacLaggan
May 22, 2018

By: Erin MacLaggan Regional Coordinator, Early Childhood Services Anglophone East When we talk about children’s safety in relation to social media,…

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A Calming Moment – Submitted by Ruth Boyd
February 1, 2018

I have never been someone who enjoys being around a lot of noise and commotion. This includes happy noises at parties…

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Positive Reinforcement: Rewarding the Good
November 30, 2017

By: Melissa MacDonald, Clinical Supervisor, Autism Intervention Services You may not know it, but you are using reinforcement everyday to increase…

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Influencing a Lifetime of Kindness
November 29, 2017

By: Clare Archibald Regional Director of Early Childhood Services in the Anglophone East School District My grandmother had a profound influence on…

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The Body that Builds the Brain
November 6, 2017

By: Lisa Hebert Assistant Clinical Director of Intervention and Learning Services People are often left questioning whether there is an increase…

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See the World Through Books!
October 6, 2017

By Brandon Hilts School and Youth Counselor at MAGMA-AMGM (Multicultural Association of the Greater Moncton Area) A little over a year…

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Preparing Your Child for Surgery
September 29, 2017

By: Peggy Wheaton Coordinator, Child Life Services Horizon Health Network Pediatrics It is rare to escape childhood without some type of medical…

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Learning with Wooden Blocks!
September 21, 2017

By Cindy Butland Operator/Director – Next to Home Early Learning and Afterschool Center Who doesn’t love wooden blocks?  They are one…

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