Page 7 - Talk of Tequesta - September '21
P. 7

The Talk Of Tequesta, Page 7

                                                           TheaTre haPPeninGs

                                                          Rex Recommends

                                                                           By Rex Hearn

        The season will soon be upon                    the only major America opera company to have a season in the   16. View website at, or call (561) 833-7888.
      us. Masks? No masks? COVID                        pandemic! Here’s what you’ll hear in their 60th year!   Palm Beach Symphony, Kravis Center
      or a variant? Vaccinated or not,                  Palm Beach Opera, Kravis Center                      No more roaming around the county, the orchestra is
      most arts groups in Palm Beach                      Bizet’s Carmen goes up Jan. 28 and 29, 2022 at 7:30 p.m.   anchored at the Kravis Center from now on, thanks to their
      County want to entertain you.                     and Jan. 30 at 2 p.m.                              new conductor, the estimable Gerard Schwarz. This year
      Remember Palm Beach Opera’s                         Donizetti’s The Elixir of Love hits the boards on Feb. 25   their first concert is on Sunday, Nov. 7 at 3 p.m. featuring
      daring three operas at the 6,000-                 and 26 at 7:30 p.m. and Feb. 27 at 2 p.m.          Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 5. Thursday, Dec. 2 at 7:30,
      seat auditorium last February?                      Franz Lehar’s The Merry Widow begins on March 25 and   p.m. has the Mozart Requiem in D minor with the Master
      All the top singers from the                      26 and its last performance is on March 27 at 2 p.m. Opening   Chorale of South Florida.
      Metropolitan Opera came to                        night dinners are on Jan. 28, Feb. 25 and March 25. The Lunch     In the New Year, 2022, on Jan. 10 at 7:30 p.m., Yefim
      sing because their house was                      and Learn talks held at the National Croquet Center are on   Bronfman plays the Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 3.
      closed! Not Palm Beach, it was                    Thursday, Jan. 20; Thursday, Feb. 17; and Wednesday, March   There will be no concert in February. On Monday, March
                                                                                                           7  at  7:30  p.m.,  Mahler’s Symphony No. 4 is featured.
                                                                                                           And on Sunday, April 10 at 3 p.m. Dvorak’s rollicking
                                                                                                           Symphony No. 8 will close the season. For fuller details go
                                                                                                           to: or call (561) 281-0145.

                                                                                                                  all abouT kids

                                                                                                           Dyscalculia: A Math

                                                                                                            Learning Disability

                                                                                                                 By Jim Forgan, Ph.D.,School Psychologist
                                                                                                             Dyscalculia (pronounced
                                                                                                           dys-cal-kule-ya)  is  a  type
                                                                                                           of math learning disability.
                                                                                                           Some parents I explain this
                                                                                                           to say it sounds like dyslexia
                                                                                                           but for math. They are right
                                                                                                           as dyscalculia occurs in about
                                                                                                           half of the children with
                                                                                                           dyslexia. Your child might
                                                                                                           have dyscalculia if he or she
                                                                                                           struggles with memorizing
                                                                                                           math  facts,  understanding
                                                                                                           math vocabulary, and strongly dislikes math. Dyscalculia
                                                                                                           becomes  more noticeable as children get into upper
                                                                                                           elementary, middle, and high school.
                                                                                                             Generally, people with dyscalculia have poor “number
                                                                                                           sense” which is an intuitive understanding of how numbers
                                                                                                           work. A lack of number sense causes people with dyscalculia
                                                                                                           to  struggle  with  math  concepts.  If  your  child  doesn’t
                     All Natural Pain Medicine                                                             understand the basics about how numbers work, learning
                                                                                                           math and using it every day can be very frustrating.
                                   Ask Us!!!                                                                 Dyscalculia warning signs include difficulty seeing how
                                                                                                           numbers work together, poor math fact recall, difficulty
                                                                                                           understanding concepts like “sum” or “less than,” telling
                                                                                                           left from right, reading an analog clock, trouble solving math
                                                                                                           word problems, and difficulty working with dollars and coins.
                                                                                                           Most children with dyscalculia believe they are not good at
                                                                                                           math and might experience math anxiety.
                                                                                                             Consider having your child tested to determine the root
                     • Compounded Medications                                                              cause of his or her math difficulty. There might be more
                                                                                                           occurring than you can fix simply by telling your child to try
                     made for you and your pets!                                                           harder or to stop being lazy. You can learn more at the website:
                          • Compression Hosiery                                                            offer dyscalculia testing in Jupiter and Stuart. Kids with
                                                                                                           dyscalculia need specialized instruction and can receive
                    • Wheelchairs, Walkers, Canes                                                          school accommodations.
                                                                                                             If you believe something is interfering with your child’s
                  TequesTa Drugs anD                                                                       math, reading, or writing, get it checked out. When you take a
                                                                                                           wait and see approach it becomes harder to fix the older your
                                                                                                           child becomes, and it can damage your child’s self-esteem.
                          CompounDing                                                                      Contact us if we can help you, (561) 625-4125 or www.

                        The Pharmacy With A

                                                                                  See answer in this paper.
   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   11   12