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- Update on the formerly selectively mute daughter
- For teenagers and adults with Selective Mutism
- Interesting selective mutism documentary.
- Notes on preschools and IEP accommodation for SM kids.
- Coming out of a long hiatus
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- Gainfully employed again…as a microbiology diagnostic lab technician.
- One daughter’s SM success story
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Category Archives: afterschooling
The cost of enriching a child’s education
I’m just curious. How much money would you spend on enriching your child’s summer with educational summer time experiences? A few years back, I was able to enroll my daughters into a free day camp for a week at an … Continue reading
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Living History – Civil War Days.
Yesterday, we attended a local historical re-enactment of the Civil War period. We have gone the past three years and I asked the girls if they still wanted to go this year, and it was a unanimous yes! I’m glad, … Continue reading
Winding down the school year
The smart girls are winding down the 2012 school year. I have been quiet on this blog, and have been spending more time on another one of my blogs but we’ve had a very busy year. I thought I’d recap … Continue reading
Fall Festival at Historical Farm
We’ve gone to our share of Fall Festivals at local pumpkin patches over the years. Now, they are all great fun for the kidlets, but this year we got an extra special treat by having a fall festival at a … Continue reading
So…the girls can’t wait for school to start.
8 more days until school starts. They changed the registration to an online process, rather than in person at the school gym (which was always crowded and chaotic and time-consuming). The great thing about that is that I didn’t have … Continue reading