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Just as adults learn from others' testimonies and struggles, children will benefit from listening to other children's successes and struggles.

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My son started working with Rene when he was 13. He had been diagnosed with ADHD and learning disabilities, and struggled greatly at school. We had tried …

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My soon-to-be fifth grade son has seen Mrs. Armbruster since the summer before first grade. His Kindergarten teacher had expressed concerns regarding his …

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