We are so excited to be launching our new blog along with our new website. This is a place for all parents – parents whose children are thriving, parents whose children are struggling, expectant parents and those of you who one day plan to be a parent! If you want to give your children the opportunity to be their best, this blog is for you!
Charlie and I teach parents about brain development, helping them raise their children purposefully with the brain in mind. We know that parents are their child’s most important teachers and that by teaching parents we empower them to make good decisions and choices regarding their children.
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Quantity vs. Quality of Time
Brain Organization, the key to success
Why do so many children struggle in school
Nutrition, how important it is for my child’s development
In the course of our work we see some amazing changes – average children thrive, children who are failing turn around and succeed, children with poor social skills become socially adept, poorly behaved children behave appropriately, and sometimes even blind children learn to see, and immobile children learn to move.
While working with the parents of children with difficulties we often get to watch their other children develop also. And develop they do!!! Because our parents learn about brain development and organization, and apply that knowledge to all of their children, we see lots of kids grow up with above average ability and tremendous compassion. Those children will grow up to be bright and compassionate adults!
This blog is an educational tool to help you raise your children with confidence and purpose. We want it to be informative, fun, inspirational and practical. We will cover many subjects related to parenting and raising children, always keeping the development of the brain in mind.
Since our objective is to teach parents and answer your needs we welcome any requests for posts about specific topics that you want us to address. We also want to hear from you so please join in on the conversation. There’s a lot we can learn from each other!
We look forward to helping you. Stay tuned for the next post!