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Craig Knippenberg - Vision Beyond Sight with Dr. Lynn Hellerstein

Creating Extraordinary Social and Emotional Groups for Kids with Craig Knippenberg

Dr. Lynn Hellerstein of Vision Beyond Sight speaks with Craig Knippenberg, a multi-awarded mental health consultant, author, podcast host, creator of CONNECT Social Skills Group Program, and founder of Colorado’s largest private mental health practice in child and adolescent neurobehavioral disorders. He talks about his extraordinary work of creating social and emotional groups for kids.

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Fears create obstacles and often stop you from moving forward in life.

Meet Joni … A Doctor Whose Perfectionism Almost Paralyzed Her

Fears create obstacles and often stop you from moving forward in life. Sometimes, change can be made without having a sledgehammer fall on you. For many, just a few minutes can alter the way you think, feel, even act. Taking the first step requires the clarity and focus of what you desire woven with the […]

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Four Guy Kawasaki-Inspired Tips for Creating Successful Kids

Motivating! If one word sums up Guy Kawasaki’s talk at the Author U Extravaganza in Denver earlier this month, that would be it.

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Kids Vision Care- Be Preventive!

Our esteemed colleague, Andrea Thau, OD, FCOVD was recently interviewed by CBSNews.com, and wanted to share it with you and your members. These tips are cruical to ensuring that all children have healthy and adequate vision. We will share some of the tips below, but to view the full article, click here.   This article stresses the American […]

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Colorado Avalanche Website Features See It. Say It. Do IT! ORGANIZE IT!

Is getting out the door to hockey practice tougher than the scrimmage? Does your child procrastinate, only to become frustrated in a mad scramble to find equipment and clothes? Do you spend more time nagging than encouraging? Here’s an easy, kid-friendly system called See It! Say It! Do It! Organize It! developed by Colorado vision therapists […]

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It’s a Holiday Book Gift Basket!

14 Fabulous Colorado Authors with 14 Different Topics! Do you have kids on your gift-giving list who need help in getting organized, with school work or improving their sports performance? Got teen girls? How about baseball coaches or anyone seeking spiritual enlightenment? Anyone who wants money smarts? How about just a great adventure read or an inspiration […]

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See It. Say It. Do It! – See the Video

Thanks to Cat, author of SensoryFlow.com on-line news magazine, she has continued to share the important message of vision & learning.   Her site is full of very useful information for parents, teachers and therapists to better understand children with special needs (especially with sensory processing disorders). She includes other experts who treat and speak […]

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Twice Exceptional Kids

“Spotlight on 2e Series” include booklets on Twice Exceptional Children- Bright kids with learning issues.  Many of these kids may also have ADD, sensory problems, vision issues, Asperger Syndrome, or other complications. The “Spotlight on 2e Series” will help you understand that great, gifted child with special needs you know… Help others understand that child… Or provide you with […]

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See It. Say It. Do It! Hits Vision Monday

Vision Monday, the optical Industries largest website featured COVD’s August is Vision & Learning Month and included a summary on See It. Say It. Do It! Click here to read the entire article.

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EductionNews.org Post See It Say It Do It Article

EducationNews.org, a leading global news source, included an article written by Dr. Lynn Hellerstein, “Can your child see?  Really See?” With Dr. Hellerstein’s pioneering book, See It. Say It. Do It!, parents and teachers now have solutions to many of the blocks that affect a child’s ability to learn and perform. Take a look, click here.

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