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Tip of the week: Executive Functioning
Executive functioning is the set of mental skills that we use to complete a task. We use executive functioning throughout the day to complete both small and large tasks, many… Click for more.
Tip of the Week: 10 Commandments of PWS
I attended the FPWR* conference in New Orleans last week and presented on managing behaviors in school and at home. Below is one of the slides that describes how to manage… Click for more.
Tip of the Week: Ways to make Halloween fun for children with PWS
For families of individuals with Prader-Willi syndrome, Halloween can give us nightmares – but not for the same reason as the rest of the world. To celebrate the holiday, there… Click for more.
Tip of the week: Conferences
There are several amazing PWS conferences right around the corner! Of course, attending the conferences is always best for learning, community, and sometimes simply getting away. But not everyone can… Click for more.
Tip of the week: Seasons changing
As the season begins to change, it can be a difficult time for children and adults with Prader-Willi syndrome when it comes to wearing the proper clothing. A combination of… Click for more.
Tip of the week: Team communication
As the school year starts up, early communication with your child’s team is crucial. Establish regular communication and don’t wait until something becomes a problem before addressing it with the… Click for more.
Tip of the Week: Managing back-to-school stress
Stress and anxiety can be debilitating for people with Prader-Willi syndrome, and a new school year can often be a catalyst for these feelings. Helping them to reduce feelings of… Click for more.
Tip of the week: Getting Organized
Getting into the habit of documenting meetings, phone calls, and conversations with school personnel throughout the year can be a huge asset later if you are looking for additional services… Click for more.
Tip of the week: Bullying
We would like to believe that the world our children live in is more inclusive and compassionate than in years past, but the fact is, kids with PWS are much… Click for more.
Tip of the week: Hydration
As the days seem to be getting hotter and hotter, we want to remind you to be sure to keep your child hydrated during outdoor activities. Many of our kids… Click for more.
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