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Autumn on Cape Cod: A Transitional POV
Some people look at the coming of the Fall season and ooh and ahh over the foliage, brisk temperatures and the scent of wood burning from chimneys. I just want… Click for more.
Today I parked my car in a different spot and saw the flutter of many butterflies on this impressive plant known as the “butterfly bush.” It is aptly named… Click for more.
Latham Volunteers and Donors Share Hope and Support at Recent Events
Latham Centers was blessed with an outpouring of community support over recent days with three back to back events showcasing a shared commitment to the children and adults with complex… Click for more.
Tropical New York
As an avid Red Sox fan, this pains me to say….New York City is a pretty cool place. Actually, cool is a poor descriptor of my recent visit to the… Click for more.
TIP of the WEEK: Caring for Yourself
As parents you spend so much time caring for your loved ones, worrying about their well being, their health and happiness that you often forget about your own. Your child… Click for more.
Being Present and Avoiding the Street Lights
Those that know me, know that technology is not my strong suit. My 4 year old grandson adds the apps to my iphone. I challenge any one of you to… Click for more.
The guys at Headwaters Drive have enjoyed many fishing and crabbing outings this summer. Some of the favorite spots are Sandy Pond in Yarmouth, a pond near the Cranberry Bog… Click for more.
Latham Students Go On a Whale Watch in Provincetown
Latham students had an amazing opportunity to go on a campus wide outing to a whale watch in Provincetown recently. There were 14 students who were able to attend, and… Click for more.
TIP of the WEEK: Talking to Your Child About Prader-Willi Syndrome
We received several requests for a tip of the week that addresses how to explain PWS to your child. This is an important part of not only your child’s… Click for more.
TIP of the WEEK: STRATEGIES FOR THE CLASSROOM
Many students diagnosed with PWS have some cognitive and behavioral difficulties in school. All students have different learning styles, rates, strengths, and areas of need. Some classroom strategies that Latham… Click for more.
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