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Is Your Child Struggling in School?

Is Your Child Struggling in School? by Jennifer Disch, EdS, Engage the Brain Whether you are a helicopter parent who has all your child’s internet website passwords memorized, or a free-range parent who allows your 5-year-old to commute to a friend’s house by public transportation (or Uber!), or fall somewhere in between, you are a [...]

By | April 16th, 2018|Child Development|Comments Off on Is Your Child Struggling in School?

Children First PPEC Medical Center

ChildrenFirst PPEC Medical Day Care This is not just care for the day… it’s care that lasts throughout your child’s growth and development! ChildrenFirst PPEC is here for you every step of the way. Our exceptional nursing, therapy and education programs are unique to ChildrenFirst. Along with nursing and PT, OT and ST, we provide [...]

By | April 16th, 2018|Child Development|Comments Off on Children First PPEC Medical Center

Children First PPEC Medical Center

ChildrenFirst PPEC is here for you every step of the way. Our exceptional nursing, therapy and education programs are unique to ChildrenFirst. Along with nursing and PT, OT and ST, we provide a daily experience in early childhood education, centered around the developmental needs of your child. ChildrenFirst is the only PPEC in the U.S. [...]

By | February 14th, 2018|Child Development|Comments Off on Children First PPEC Medical Center

This Is Not Day Care – It’s Care For The Day

by BrightStart Pediatrics This Is Not Day Care - It's Care For The Day Families with medically fragile children have so many choices to make. The BrightStart Pediatrics PPEC program can help. So, what is this, exactly? BrightStart Pediatrics is a nursing and therapy center for medically fragile infants and children. The most common remark [...]

By | August 1st, 2017|Child Development, Education|Comments Off on This Is Not Day Care – It’s Care For The Day

Parent Disability Guide for Brevard County

What to Do If Your Child Receives a Diagnosis. Developed by Jackie Yearby and Emily DeWoody for the Interagency Council of Brevard Family & Medical Support You get the feeling that something isn’t right? Go with your gut, find a doctor or specialist and get a diagnosis, and assemble your medical team. Find a support [...]

By | December 14th, 2016|Attention Deficit Disorder, Autism, Child Development, Education, Support Group|Comments Off on Parent Disability Guide for Brevard County

The Best Revenge I Ever Got

by Angela Becker This story starts about ten years ago, when I was in third grade. I was ten years old, and struggling somewhat in school – for good reason. While I can’t recall being bullied by my peers much (I can only think of one time when the class bully actually picked on me), [...]

By | December 9th, 2016|Adult Support, Autism, Child Development, Education, Uncategorized|Comments Off on The Best Revenge I Ever Got

Bridging The Gaps In Child Development

By Megan Lewellen, SLP "Is my child developing normally?" Parents often have concerns about their children's development, especially when they see other children of the same age who have already reached a milestone that their child still hasn't met. This causes them to think that their child is 'slow' or 'seems behind.' It is important [...]

By | October 12th, 2013|Child Development|Comments Off on Bridging The Gaps In Child Development