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My grandson stasrted therapy from the first grag or sooner I cannot be sure, but think it was around then, he is 19 now and had no problems, and you could assk you Ped. and see what he/she thinks, hope this help..And hooked on phonics is a great source also

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I am trying to use aol 9.5 or 9.7. We can sign in but the welcome page has an error message. I want to use Firefox but can't get the aol screen on it only aol news.

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go to keyword and type increase screen size
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Keep the toast simple, short, and be genuine. Don't look up some canned speech. Even something as simple as " I love both of you and wish you all the happiness in the world! Cheers!" is better than a canned speech! http://markandrewphotographer.com