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Mark Your Calendars: Family Pancake Breakfast on Feb. 7, 2015!

On Saturday, February 7, 2015 from 8am-10am, Rutledge Cab Co. will host a Pancake Benefit Breakfast to raise money for the education programs at LifeManagement Center. The event is open to the public. Tickets cost $8.50 in advance or $10 at the door.  Executive Chef Bryan Lindsay and his team have planned a fun, family-friendly event that will have a …

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LMC’s Test Anxiety Tips

Before the Test Preparation for your first test should begin on the first day of class; this includes paying attention during class, taking good notes, studying, completing homework assignments and reviewing study materials on a regular basis. Find out as much as you can about the test – Chapters or material covered Type of test (multiple-choice, fill-in-the blank, etc) How …

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Does your high schooler need assistance in the college application process?

  LifeManagement is excited to offer College Coaching for high school juniors and seniors. Beginning in April of a student’s junior year and continuing to the time of his/her high school graduation, LMC will assign a College Coach who will follow a detailed timeline to guide an individual student through the following phases: Review, Assess, Evaluate, Condense, Apply, and Follow …

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New Year Resolution Tips from ADDitude Magazine

Start slowly, start today to generate the motivation for changes this new year! Source: ADDitude Magazine It’s easy enough to make a New Year’s resolution – following through for the rest of the year is the challenge for most adults with attention deficit disorder (ADHD). My best advice: Don’t impose a time frame on change. Waiting until January 1st is …

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SAT/ACT Prep

Did you know LMC offers individual SAT & ACT preparation for high school students?  The College Board offers many administration dates for these critical tests throughout the year.  It is important to begin planning now when your student will take the SAT and/or ACT, as more than half of all students will take them more than once.  Generally speaking, students …

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Remember LMC Today on #GivingTuesday!

  Please remember LifeManagement Center today on #GivingTuesday with a gift that will help us support the families in our community struggling with learning and attention challenges. “Thank you for helping me. I can read better now and people don’t make fun of me. I know I can learn more and I want to do so many things now. I …

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LMC is thankful for YOU!

As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, we would like to express our gratitude for our many families, supporters and our community.   We are fortunate to have the support of our Board and staff. We would also like to thank our tutors, who are not only compassionate about their work with our students, but who have many talents outside the realm of tutoring. …

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Evaluation Q & A with Nancy L. Bell, PhD.

Q. How do I know if my child should be tested by a psychologist? A. There are many reasons you may want to schedule a psychoeducational evaluation for your child. Some parents choose an evaluation to gain a better understanding their child’s strengths and weaknesses and whether their child is working up to his or her potential. Other parents choose …

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Nov.10-14 is School Psych Awareness Week!

Did you know November 10-14 is School Psychology Awareness Week? This year’s theme is Strive. Grow. THRIVE! The National Association of School Psychologist’s goal is to “engage students at all levels of learning and development to promote personal achievement, growth, and resilience, as well as a sense of connectedness and wellbeing.” For more information and resources/suggested activities from NASP, please …

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Tips for a Better Morning Routine from EmpoweringParents.com

“Our Morning Routine Isn’t Working”— 6 Ways to Fix It Now by Megan Devine, LCPC Maybe you started out the school year on the right foot. All those late summer discussions about your kids getting organized, laying their clothes out the night before, getting out of bed on time, fixing their own breakfast, getting through the morning without arguments—you really thought …

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