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How to Help Your Child Keep Track of Deadlines And Requirements

When parents take an active role in their child’s academic education, their children become more successful in school. Now more than ever, parents are taking on much of the homeschooling responsibilities as classrooms across the country have gone virtual. Research has indicated that parental engagement leads to higher grades and test scores, increased graduation rates, […]

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Blog, coping, Resource Center, teen anxiety, teen depression, therapeutic education

How to Calm Your and Your Child’s Anxiety During These Uncertain Times

Anxiety levels are high for children and adults during this time of COVID-19. Those who may not have experienced heightened levels of anxiety before are now afraid to leave their homes, go to grocery stores, and do many other daily tasks that were once considered normal and safe. During this time of uncertainty, it’s important […]

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What makes a therapeutic school “therapeutic?”

By Sage Day Director of Operations, Christopher Leonard, MSW, LCSW, M.Ed. Six components of an appropriate therapeutic school placement: 1. Academic Range and Depth An appropriate therapeutic school placement is, first and foremost, a school. It provides a solid variety of learning experiences within a differentiated learning environment that can meet the needs of students […]