Mini 33: Some Students Need Specialized Schools

A traditional classroom isn’t always the best place for a child with learning differences. That’s why schools like Eagle Hill School in Greenwich, CT are so important. In this mini, Ned explores how specialized schools work to address each child’s specific educational needs and help them become successful learners.

www.eaglehillschool.org

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Ep 31: Time to Change the Way We Teach Kids

“You can’t tell kids with learning differences to ‘try harder,’ ” says Dr. Hallowell, speaking live to educators at the New York State Association of Independent Schools’ conference as part of ADHD Awareness Month. Dr. Hallowell discusses the history of learning differences and treatments, and offers some new solutions.

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Ep 24: Listeners Want to Know…

Dr. Hallowell gives a big shout-out of thanks to the devoted Distraction podcast community, yes he’s thanking you!  Plus, he is taking time to respond to some of your emails, voicemails and comments.

Please continue to connect with us! Email your questions and comments to [email protected] or call 844-55-CONNECT. 

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Mini #23: 5 Simple Tips to Prepare for Back to School

Save yourself some stress and do a little homework before the new year starts. Dr. Hallowell offers up ideas you can implement now to help make the transition as smooth as possible for you and your kids! And if the new school year is already underway where you live, these tips can still help you establish routines and get organized.

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MINI DISTRACTION #7: How to Deal with Difficult People

Ned gives practical tips for handling the challenging people in your life, whether it’€™s your boss, teacher or relative. (Come on, we all have at least one!) Ned shares a story from his own past about a difficult person he dealt with in medical school.

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Mini Distraction #5: One Mom’s Dilemma Over Technology Use and Free Time

Ned takes a question from a mom struggling with her 7-year old daughter’s issues around her use of devices and having downtime.

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Ep 5: The Effect of Technology on Our Kids

The effect of technology on kids, a topic that keeps parents, educators, and many of us up at night. Ned hears from the pros, kids, parents and a special guest as he explores screen-time, online dangers, setting limits, and the latest apps parents should be concerned about. He also talks to a security expert and former FBI agent posing undercover online as a 13-year-old girl about these internet risks.

Dr. Susan Linn, co-founder of the campaign for a commercial-free childhood joins Ned in this episode to explain the effects of media on youth and offer tips for setting limits.

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www.consumingkids.com

www.momsclub.org

www.kiddle.co

www.internetsafetyconcepts.com/parents

Additional Resources:

Kids-Parent Contract

Teen-Parent Contract

 

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