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Bullying Does Not Always Occur in Person

Bullying Does Not Always Occur in Person It is uncommon to see children, teens and young adults without some form of technology. From 6th grade on up it is surprising to see a person without a smartphone. Although technology has enhanced so many areas of our lives, for some children it can be another source […]

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2018 Spring Break Day Camp – Social Skills, Science and Art

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Students with Deficits in Social Skills

Students with Deficits in Social Skills and Soft Skills are More Likely to be Bullied

Children, teens and adolescents who have weaknesses in their “social skills” and “soft skills” are walking around with a proverbial “bullseye” on their foreheads. Those children who are “different” from their peers tend to make easy targets for the bullies of the world. But do not give up hope, there is much we can do […]

What Psychologists Need to Know About the Deficits in “Soft Skills” Development… Presented By Dr. Nach

The Miami-Dade-Monroe Chapter Of the Florida Psychological Association Invites You to Attend a Workshop What Psychologists Need to Know About the Deficits in “Soft Skills” Development Experienced by Individuals with an Autism Spectrum Disorder Presented by: Dr. Eric Nach, Ph.D., M.Ed. Location: Michael Ann Russell JCC, 18900 NE 25th Avenue North Miami Beach, FL 33180 […]

Dr. Nach Presenting Feb. 2nd at Special Programs for Special Needs

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ADD/ADHD: Differences, Not Deficits

People with ADD and ADHD have differences in their attention, and not deficits. This is an important distinction which helps with the understanding that there are gifts in ADD/ADHD. The term for the diagnosis of ADD/ADHD has changed multiple times. In 1980, the term ‘Attention Deficit Disorder’ came to be. It has changed slightly since […]