Parenting

June
28

Every summer I worry that my daughter will lose the academic skills it took her all year to attain. If you have a child diagnosed with dyslexia, another specific learning disability, or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), I’m sure this …

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Social Skills

Posted by: Marni McNiff Tags: There is no tags | Categories: Blog, Parenting

May
25

By: Carol Crawn, Health Information Specialist Social skills are important for every individual to achieve success.  We use social skills at home, at work, in the community, and in our relationships.  All too often children with special needs have difficulty …

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April
1

  Are you a Connecticut restaurant or business that would like to help PATH? Our Parent Support program best known as The Listener Program; provides support services critical to many Connecticut families who live with the sometimes unimaginable situation of …

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March
5

To assist individuals through the tax season, Access Health CT announces the opening of a special enrollment period for individuals who did not have health insurance in 2014 and, as a result, paid a penalty on their federal income taxes. …

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March
5

        Kevin Daly The number of children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder has risen significantly over the last few decades.  In my role as Healthcare Information Specialist with PATH, much of my time is devoted to educating …

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5 Ways to Advocate for Your Special Needs Child

Posted by: Marni McNiff Tags: There is no tags | Categories: Parenting, Special Needs Families

August
12

One of the first things you learn as a parent of a child with special needs is that you need to advocate for your child. As much as the school districts and professionals are there to help you along the …

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