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  • Thriving With Dyslexia
    Thriving With Dyslexia

    Meet Tobias, an incredible student who, despite his dyslexia, is thriving thanks to the one-to-one tutoring that he receives from Tutor Doctor: “It’s less stressful than being in a classroom and [my tutor] is nice and she’s fun to work with,” says Tobias. ...

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  • Why Adults Need Tutors Too!
    Why Adults Need Tutors Too!

    Whether you’re feeling unfulfilled at work and need a change in career, you need to add to your skillset to move up the ranks, or you are a stay-at-home parent who wants to return to the workforce, education can be a daunting prospect for adults, but it ...

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  • 5 Proven Tips for Picky Eaters
    5 Proven Tips for Picky Eaters

    If you have a picky eater in your family, you’re not alone. A study by Contemporary Pediatrics found that two thirds of parents had trouble introducing their kids to new foods or getting them to eat healthy food. You know your kids need to eat nutritious ...

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  • Tips to Getting your Kids to School on Time
    Tips to Getting your Kids to School on Time

    All parents struggle to get back into their morning routines after the long summer holidays, but if every morning is a struggle for you, it may be time to take action and beat that bell. Don’t’ have chaotic mornings that see frenzied searches for missing ...

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  • Questions to get your Teens Talking About their Day
    Questions to get your Teens Talking About their Day

    Whether they are six or sixteen, your eager questions about their school day may be met with non-committal grunts. You know you’re supposed to keep the lines of communication open, but when the conversation is one-sided you may want to throw in the towel. ...

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