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Portrait of a Learner

The Portrait of a Learner is one of the pillars that unite Bloomfield Hills Schools in their effort to serve every learner, every day. Read on for more about this newly developed framework.
An expert with Autism Home Support Services offers tips for enjoying Halloween with a child with sensory issues.
During Blindness Awareness Month, Paula Baloga, Clinical Director at Gateway's Sterling Heights location, shines a spotlight on how Gateway Pediatric Therapy provides services for visually impaired children with autism spectrum disorder.
The Kaufman Children's Center Occupational Therapist team offers advice.
For a child with autism, learning self-care skills can be tough – but it is possible. The Spark Center for Autism offers some tips on how parents can help.
What your child eats and drinks plays a huge role in his or her dental – and overall – health. Here, Dr. Steve Rollins of Summit Dental Group in Waterford offers advice for healthy snacking, especially when kids are at school.
Dr. Majella Caven of Anchor Family Dentistry in Commerce Township offers advice on keeping your child's smile healthy.
Paulina Multhaupt, a psychologist with Shelby Pediatric Associates and Child Lung Center, breaks down common stressors and offers stress management advice.
Emotional and social well-being is every bit as important as physical well-being. At Cranbrook Schools, they are creating a proactive approach to student wellness.
October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. Here, two local moms share their stories and offer advice to those who have suffered a miscarriage. Plus, a local doctor gives insight on this common occurrence.
Fall is here and the trees are starting to change colors. Get a great view this leaf peeping season in Michigan and New Hampshire.
As a child, Shannon Spicer battled childhood leukemia at C.S. Mott Children's Hospital – now, she works there treating other sick kids.