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WHAT IS Tongue Thrust?

Often times a tongue thrust is observed as incorrect speech sound production, particularly with the /s/ sound which is characterized as a...

MUSIC ‘N’ MARRIAGE Seven Decades of Lessons

Orval, originally from Morse, Saskatchewan, is 86, and Lois, from Edmonton, Alberta is 87 years old. They met at Canadian Nazarene College in Red Deer, Alberta.

DEVELOPING RESILIENCE In Your Child

Now that the long summer holiday has drawn to a close, many parents are heaving a sigh of relief – familiar routines are being restored, and the new academic year is finally beginning.

SHOULD YOUR CHILD ATTEND A SPECIALIZED ACADEMIC PROGRAM IN Elementary, Middle, and High School?

Many parents view education as a pathway to future success. In addition to exploring postsecondary options, parents should also look into specialized academic programs for their children in elementary, middle, and high schools.

TAKING ON TRYOUTS – Helping Your Children Put Their Best Foot Forward

With the new school year comes the beginning of many competitive sports and performance activities for our children.

TEACHING YOUR CHILD how to resolve conflict

Especially between loved ones, conflict can be emotionally distressing. It is not uncommon for adults to find it difficult to manage conflict when emotions are high, and as a parent you may find the task of teaching your child conflict management daunting.

Stepping Outside the Pressure Cooker:

“He’s a workaholic”, I hear you say about your colleague. “He needs to find a better work-life balance”. We all know the dangers that working too intensely take on our physical and mental health, family relationships, general happiness and emotional wellbeing. We acknowledge this is the case for adults. Yet, every year many young people in primary and secondary education give up their hobbies, including sports and performing arts, to work intensely for seemingly endless tests and examinations. Doesn’t this seem rather counter-intuitive to you?