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Topic - Alejandra Costello
Raise your hand if you remember the morning scramble on school days. Between missing homework and mismatched outfits, permission slips gone AWOL and the realization that no one managed to walk the dog, too many days can turn out to be, well, challenging.
"It's important to know what your kids respond to," said Ms. Costello, who uses color coding to help her visual clients remember events and track information and even help preschoolers keep track of their toys.
If your child is doing well despite the messy backpack, that may be OK, Ms. Costello said.