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    With a new family, Jahem goes from ‘patient to little boy’

    By Dan Montgomery Lots of kids will start the school year with a new backpack, new shoes and new binders. One Richmond-area 12-year-old will arrive with a new name. Jahem has a new family, after all. As of a July 8, he is Jahem Logan, son of Joe and Celeste and brother of Joseph, Joelle […]

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  • back-to-school

    6 ways to make back-to-school easier

    By Lori Long As we wind down from summer fun, parents and caregivers are slowly changing their thoughts from vacation, cook outs, and swimming, to new schedules, and those long school supply lists. This process can be a tough transition for parents and children. Does your child have stress and anxiety about transitioning back to […]

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    Treating Trauma: Body, Brain and Behavior

    By Bronwyn Robertson, LPC (originally published in Adoption Today,┬áJune 2016) Joey is a quiet and shy child. The 5-year-old is prone to daydreaming and seems content to play alone. He rarely gets into trouble, unlike his 11-year-old brother Jonathan who is easily agitated and always seems to be angry. The brothers were removed from their […]

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    Enthusiasm for science takes flight

    If a picture is worth a thousand words, then this video is worth a bunch more. Delight? Check! Fun? Check! Learning? Check! The Tidewater Essential Pieces program took a turn toward the scientific when it was included in the Virginia Air and Space Museum grant-funded STEM (Science, Technology Engineering and Math) program, offering summer science […]

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