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  • Turning Caring Into Action I had always been interested in children, maybe because I was an “only child” until I was eleven. So I had to make up whatever brothers and sisters (permanent playmates) ... (Wed, 28 Jan 2015)
  • The Seriously Disturbed Youngster There are many youngsters who face prolonged years of depression; disabling anxiety and fear; uncontrolled anger; social isolation; or absorption in a fantasy wor ... (Wed, 28 Jan 2015)
  • There Was a Child Who... If the title read, “There was a child who had special needs,” teachers would know that it referred to every child they had ever taught. “God tempers the wind to the s ... (Wed, 28 Jan 2015)
  • Doctoral thesis recital (composition) Music for 12 saxophones / Alex Heppelmann -- Clarinet miniatures / Christopher S. Prosser -- Elegy / Alex Heppelmann -- Water-shot / Christopher S. Prosser -- ... (Wed, 28 Jan 2015)

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