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The Benefits and Concerns Around Kids and Sports

A recent article from the NYU Child Study Center interviews the Center’s sports psychologist and Clinical Assistant Professor, Dr. Marianne Engle, on some of the benefits and concerns around kids and sports. Sports summer camps not only offer many of … Continue reading

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Sports Summer Camps as an Alternative to Competitive Club Teams

Writer Carol Mithers recently wrote a critique of competitive youth sports for Parenting.com. She highlights the booming trend of cleat-wearing tots and 8-year-old soccer players running sprints, and offers insight about the emotional and physical health risks of specializing in … Continue reading

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Online Resources for Special Needs and Differently-Abled Kids and their Families

There are many online resources for families and parents of children with disabilities. Differently-abled kids have many challenges most people will never face. For most families with special needs kids, the challenges are faced by everyone together. It is essential … Continue reading

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CampPage.com Offers New Online Resources for Summer Camp Directors and Parents in 2011

CampPage.com is one of the nation’s premier online resources for summer camp information throughout the United States and in Canada. In 2011 the dedicated staff of CampPage.com continues to develop one of the most comprehensive websites for camp directors and … Continue reading

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