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Study Tips for College Students from CampusExplorer.Com

Fall is just around the corner! Here are some helpful study tips for college students preparing for the semester ahead: Source: CampusExplorer.com The age of information has made a lot of things easier, but in many ways, it’s made college quite a bit harder. With websites like Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit taking their toll on our concentration, it’s harder than ever to stay focused. …

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Back to School Tips for Parents and Students

As the new school year approaches and everyone is scrambling to enjoy the end of summer and prepare for the beginning of school, it is the perfect time to sit back, relax and set some goals. Think of what it is you want to accomplish as a family as well as what you want your individual children to accomplish as students. Include everyone in the family in the process. Evaluate what …

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Expert Advice Video from InsideADHD

During summer vacation, kids tend to spend much more time at home. This gives parents an opportunity to build closer relationships with their children and enforce positive behaviors. Watch this expert advice video from InsideADHD to learn more about what type of strategies you can use to manage your child’s behavior, such as setting up reward systems and defining clear …

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Did You Know?– LMC Offers Skype Services to Long Distance Clients

Did you know that LMC offers Skype services to long-distance clients? If you or a loved one cannot easily travel to one of our three centers, we can arrange a Skype consultation with one of our Learning Specialists to design and coordinate a personalized plan of action. Call LifeManagement Center (843) 852-5705 to schedule your consultation today….no matter where you …

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LMC Featured in the Journal Scene!

Beginning this August, LMC will partner with Pinewood Preparatory school to provide instruction to students in grades 1-3 with language-based learning differences. The Transitions Program is designed to assist highly capable students whose poor reading skills are preventing them from meeting expectations and reaching their potential. The Transitions Program will provide daily language arts instruction using the Orton-Gillingham-based Wilson Program. Check …

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Good News Tuesday

Today is #GoodNewsTuesday! Here is a quote from a happy parent: “LMC has profoundly improved our sons disposition towards school; however, it is watching his confidence blossom that touches us the most. We truly feel as though we have a partnership together with the focus of our child’s future. Thanks for all you do.” Help spread the positivity– share your …

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Friday, June 20: National Summer Learning Day

Did you know today is National Summer Learning Day? In addition to summer tutoring and educational workshops, here are a few ways you can celebrate today and encourage learning from National Summer Learning Association:   http://www.summerlearning.org/?page=SLDCelebrate

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The Top Five Reasons to Have Your Child Tested at LMC This Summer!

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Here & Now: What Does It Take To Be A Valedictorian These Days?

June 10, 2014: From Here & Now–What Does It Take To Be A Valedictorian These Days?  http://hereandnow.wbur.org/2014/06/03/valedictorian-jordan-thomas

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LMC Myths vs. Facts

MYTHS and FACTS about LifeManagement Center (LMC) MYTH:  All children seen at LMC need expensive testing first. FACT:  A consultation, in fact, is the first step at LMC and only a small percentage of our clients are actually tested. The first step into LifeManagementCenter is a one-hour consultation with one of our Learning Specialists.  This consultation is a very thorough …

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