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Different, Not Less: A Mother’s Advocacy for Her Son with Autism

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A diagnosis of autism can turn a family upside down, and that was the case for William Spiller IV when he was diagnosed at age two. Because he didn’t speak or respond, doctors first thought his hearing was the problem, but an auditory brainstem respo... Read full article

Choosing the Right Day Camp for Your Child

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Day camps come in all shapes and sizes, appealing to a range of interests and ages. Here’s how to find a camp that invests in your youngster by creating an unforgettable experience where they’ll meet new friends, gain self-confidence and learn new sk... Read full article

Ready for Kindergarten and Beyond

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The leap to kindergarten marks the first of many transitions to expect even after your child graduates middle school and then high school.... Read full article

6 Great Back-To-School Apps

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Support your child’s learning–whether he’s in elementary, middle, or high school–with these six great apps. They’re all free, so encourage your son or daughter to download as many of them as possible as he or she heads back to school this fall.... Read full article

Remembering the Thank You Notes

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It’s important for children to take the time to thank those who attended and for helping them make their birthdays that much more special.... Read full article



Progressive Day Camp

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A Budget-Friendly Way to Entertain the Kids this Summer... Read full article

Embracing Failure

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How Mistakes Boost Motivation and Learning... Read full article

Let’s Celebrate with Jami & Katrina

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Celebrating birthdays is a worldwide tradition, and this month, Baton Rouge Parents Magazine celebrates 29 years. In honor of the magazine’s birthday month, we are sharing our birthday party tips and tricks, so you can plan a party for your child, qu... Read full article

Sophia Lurue Guyton

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Sophia Lurue Guyton learned to read when she was three, and by the time she was seven, she had already published her first book, The Adventures of Mia and Jace.... Read full article

Why Choose a Private School?

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For starters, private schools take educating the whole student seriously, and many focus on developing future citizens with integrity and character. ... Read full article

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