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Susan Giurleo

Premium Author Susan Giurleo

Littleton, Massachusetts, USA

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Dr. Susan Giurleo, is licensed psychologist who specializes in empowering parents to create peaceful, organized families. She exclusively works with families and children impacted by ADHD/ADD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and Specific Learning Disabilities. She counsels and coaches children, teens and parents on issues of attention, organization, behavior, and homework strategies. For more information and to get her free report, “Parenting Your Unique Child: 21 Ways to Survive and Thrive,” visit www.childdevelopmentpartners.com.


ARTICLES BY SUSAN GIURLEO


It is a good time to sit back and think a bit about our lives, our families and our children as the new year begins. With a little effort take time to step back and get perspective on our children’s s...
Is your child busy, active, and never sits still like mine?  Are his Christmas or Haunaukah toys played with once and then never used again?  You don’t want to waste money on gifts your child won’t us...
Anxiety is often exhibited differently in children than adults.  Your child’s annoying, pesty behavior can sometimes be anxiety in disguise.  In no particular order, here are 11 signs that your child ...
Parent Stressed-out Moments.  You lose you cool, scream and send everyone to their rooms and ground the kids forever!.  You feel awful afterwards.
Change isn’t easy and you need to be patient with yourself and your child and work together.
The more tired a hyper and active child gets the harder it is to get to sleep therefore the bedtime routine is one of the most important to establish.
How to keep the structure in your childs routine so they can enjoy the summer months.
Executive functioning will help children who struggle with focus, attention, transitions, organizing, memory, time management, regulating emotions, managing frustration get the skills necessary to suc...








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