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A Letter From An LMC Parent

“I cannot tell you enough the impact the tutor has had on our son in just a few short months.  We absolutely feel our immediate goals for our son in working with LMC this semester have been accomplished. He has gained many new and necessary skills and a great deal more confidence in his ability to navigate school tasks and …

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Good News Tuesday!

Today is Good News Tuesday!  Here is a quote from a happy parent:  “We have always been very proud of our daughter regardless of any grade, but we wanted to share with you what a marvelous change has occurred in her demeanor and confidence. I strongly feel that a large part of this is due to her tutor’s help not …

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J.McLaughlin Shopping Party to Benefit LMC on March 21!

The J.McLaughlin store on 212 King St. is hosting a shopping party on Saturday, March 21! Help LMC transform educational challenges into life achievements by shopping the full line of men’s and women’s clothing and pet accessories from 2-5pm. 15% of sales will be donated to LifeManagement Center. Please bring friends and enjoy appetizers & refreshments.

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February Board Member Highlight

Q. How long have you been involved with LMC? A. Twelve years ago I brought my daughter to LMC for educational and diagnostic testing. Since then both my children have benefited from a variety of LMC services: the Wilson Reading Program, Study Skills Workshops, and Academic Tutoring. My husband and I have also become better parents through consulting with the …

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The Benefits of Observing Your Child & Taking Notes by Understood.org

The Benefits of Observing Your Child and Taking Notes By Lexi Walters Wright Source:  Understood.org   If you have a child with learning and attention issues, and she’s having a behavior problem, you may feel like there’s plenty on your plate already. So if someone who works with your child—like a doctor or a school counselor—suggests that you observe her …

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The Family Pancake Breakfast was a success!

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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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