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Jennifer Donovan is here to share about a home organizational system aimed to help kids become more independent and self-reliant. This is a sponsored post, but her opinions are her own.

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I’ve outlined some of the features about the M.O.M. Method that I love, over in my post at 5 Minutes for Mom about how to teach your kids self-reliance.

This is universal product that all families can benefit from, although the creators have found a particular niche use as well for kids with special needs including attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, Asperger’s Syndrome or executive functioning challenges.

The time management and task management programs give kids the stability and consistency they seek, and what’s even better, it puts them in the responsible role, removing you from the tough taskmaster position.

Find out more information about the M.O.M. method 30 Day Challenge in my post at 5 Minutes for Mom.



                               

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Welcome to 5 Minutes for Special Needs #UBP13

Ultimate Blog Party 2013Welcome to 5 Minutes for Special Needs!

5 Minutes for Special Needs came to life as a Sister Site of 5 Minutes for Mom through Tammy from Praying for Parker.

Tammy did a fabulous job as the volunteer Managing Editor for a long time and grew the site wonderfully. But sadly she became too busy with all the overwhelming tasks in her life and had to step down.

Since then we’ve had a couple of wonderful editors and many fantastic writers share here at 5 Minutes for Special Needs.

But over the last several months we’ve been without a managing editor here and thus the site has trickled down to only Michelle’s weekly meme of Magic Marker Monday.

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Special Needs Learning Resources from PCI Education

As parents, we spend years focused on our child’s education. We want to know what they’re learning, how they are progressing, how it will all fit into their future endeavors, not only with later grade levels but with life. We want to do the best we can to help them succeed.

Which is why when a child has learning challenges, whether because of special needs, developmental disabilities, or other struggles with comprehension and retention, parents often look to professional resources for help.

PCI Education is one such resource.

PCI Education Your Special Education Partner

Billing themselves as “Your Special Education Partner,” PCI Education has been offering top-quality education products and services for more than 20 years.

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