Total Education Solutions Announces New Logo and Website Launch

Total Education Solutions Announces New Logo and Website Launch

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Total Education Solutions launched a new corporate logo and is launching a new website this month, marking the most dramatic change in its visual identity since 1997. The company’s iconic crescent moon shape is now filled with a broad spectrum of vibrant colors that better represent the person’s learning process. Starting with a dark blue […]

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Total Education Solutions, Inc. Acquired by Key Members of its Management Team

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South Pasadena, CA, (January 23, 2019)—Nancy J. Lavelle, Ph.D., Founder, President and CEO of Total Education Solutions, Inc. (TES), is pleased to announce the acquisition of her Company, effective December 31, 2018, by key members of TES’ senior management team: Meaghan Donahue, M.A., Vice-President; Staci Hazlett, B.A., Director, Administrative & Human Resources; Julie Hruby, M.A., […]

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Random Acts of Kindness

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  Doing acts of kindness is one of the best activities you can do with your kids. It’s a great way to bond as a family, to have a lot of fun, and teaches kids about compassion and service. Give away “Thank You” notes. Surprising your family, friends, and even people at the store with “Thank You” […]

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How to Celebrate a Sensory-Friendly Holiday for Kids with Autism

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4 WAYS TO MAKE THE HOLIDAYS AUTISM-FRIENDLY Festive lights and décor Twinkling lights, giant singing displays, evergreen scents permeating the house, and candy canes hanging from a tree that is suddenly sprouting from your living room. It’s natural for sensory overload to come into play. Even if a child with autism doesn’t have sensory issues, […]

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5 Tips to Make Thanksgiving More Comfortable for Children with Autism

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For many people, Thanksgiving is a time when family members gather together and give thanks. While it’s often filled with gobbles of food, American football, storytelling and more, this can also be a stressful time for children and adults with autism spectrum disorder. The good news is that there are ways to help your child […]

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The Teal Pumpkin Project

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  Researchers estimate that up to 15 million Americans have food allergies. As any parent of a food allergy child will tell you, it can be stressful and frustrating — not to mention, extremely worrisome. With Halloween around the corner, consuming one piece of the wrong candy can have dangerous effects. After all, some of […]

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Halloween Tips for Kids with Autism Spectrum Disorders

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By www.laparent.com/halloween-for-kids-with-autism/ Halloween is an exciting holiday for kids, but it may offer certain challenges for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Members of the Autism Parent Advisory Board of the Boone Fetter Clinic at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles partnered with Kathryn Smith, RN, DrPH, nurse care manager in the Boone Fetter Clinic, to provide tips every […]

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Sensational Parenting

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  You adore your sensitive, active or “spirited” child, but his sensory needs pose unique challenges.  Here are some tips from an occupational therapist for creating a supportive environment at home for a child with Sensory Processing Disorder.   Explore your own sensory needs – Are you overwhelmed in crowded places or bothered by background […]

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Women Making a Difference

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Her mission is simple: to empower individuals with special needs to take charge of their own learning and lives, making it possible for them to be competent, caring and contributing members of society; and to provide learning opportunities through customized, innovative solutions. At only 26 years of age, Dr. Lavelle’s belief that every student has […]

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Two Habits of Highly Effective Time Managers

One of the challenges I face in my practice is time management, a usually self-taught skill that is not in textbooks or college classes. We have busy schedules! We might start our day responding to emails and text messages and putting together the puzzle of providers and students being absent or late. Break Down Your […]

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