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BFDC Services on September 17

All in-school appointments are cancelled. Clients will be contacted directly to confirm or reschedule in-office appointments. We hope everyone stayed safe during the storm.
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How soft skills smooth the way to career and life success

Soft skills have particular value in a work setting as they facilitate problem-solving, coordinating, negotiating and good people management. Companies have noticed, and school have started to as well.
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Selective Mutism

Selectively mute children can not speak in select social settings, sometimes so anxious that they appear to freeze. It is a stark contrast to situations where they feel secure and...
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How to trick your kids into reading

Do you have a reluctant reader? Literacy specialist Henrik Hoeg shares his best tips and most devious tricks to get kids hooked on books with the SCMP.
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Assessments for Boarding School Applications

The BFDC offers testing services for students applying to boarding school or other types of schools abroad.
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Does your child have a lisp?

Most lisps appear around the age of 2 and resolve by themselves by the age of 6. Some lisps, however, need immediate attention from a Speech and Language Therapist.
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Student Success Coach

The BFDC's Student Success Coach works with students who have had a Psychoeducational Assessment, and have been identified as benefitting from one-on-one support and encouragement to reach their full potential.
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The Fallacy of the “Summer Slide”

Learning that is lost by taking a few weeks away from the classroom was never good learning to begin with. Henrik Hoeg debunks the bogus concept of "summer slide".
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Learning Through Natural Consequences

Children learn best when they are allowed to experience the consequences of their actions or choices, within reasonable bounds of safety and well-being. By Katrina Rozga CCC MC (Psych).
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