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Executive Function & ADHD in Children

To help children with ADHD and executive function deficits, we must teach them the tools they need to tackle daily tasks that require planning, time management, and organization.

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Resources: Children’s Books on Inclusion, Acceptance, and Uniqueness

Here we have compiled a list of books for children all about inclusion, acceptance, and uniqueness. They are also books that touch on themes of friendship, feelings, and overcoming worries. If you have a book suggestion for children, teens, or even favorite parent books leave a comment and let us know! Check back frequently as we add new books to our list.

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Basic Guide to W-Sitting

While W-Sitting is a natural position for children to move in and out of during play, they should not depend on it for support and balance. Let explore when to be concerned and how to encourage other seating positions.

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Community Outreach

Back-To-School Brigade®​ – 2020

This was Oak Creek Academy’s 2nd year partnering with Operation Homefront for their Back-to-School Brigade school supply drive. We are so thankful for the opportunity to give our time and thanks to our military service members and their families through the donation of school supplies and backpacks.

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Simple Toys, Complex Learning – Benefits of Open-Ended Play

When selecting toys for children, it is important to consider open-ended toys that foster creative play and help benefit the child’s development. The simplicity or complexity of a toy is directly correlated with the quality of play – which is what truly matters. Surprisingly, simple toys offer more opportunities for play and learning than more complex toys.

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