The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association offers these age-appropriate ways that parents can engage their young children to help develop speech and language abilities. Birth to 2 Years Encourage your baby to make vowel-like and
There are many ways a parent can help and encourage a child by using some multisensory techniques. Although this may involve some changes in the home, the results may be well worth the effort.
Most parents wear lots of hats: chef, chauffeur, maid and even “Doctor” Mom or Dad when kids are sick. Most times, common symptoms like a sore throat don’t warrant a trip but to the doctor. Other times, however, common symptoms like fever could
Once upon a rock The premise is simple: Gather a few supplies (flat, paintable rocks, acrylic paint, sealer, paint brushes), decorate your rock — getting as creative as you like — and seal it. Write instructions on the bottom of the rock
When a child with a disability engages in behavior or breaks a code of conduct and the school proposes to remove the child, the school must hold a hearing to determine if the child’s behavior was caused by his disability.
Sky Zone Orlando Easter April 15, 2017 | 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM Event Location: Sky Zone Orlando | 5250 International Drive, Orlando Green Meadows Farm Easter Egg Hunt 1368 South Poinciana Blvd., Kissimmee, FL 34746 |(407) 846-0770 April 13,
Are you frustrated that your child is unable to participate or enjoy a traditional Easter Egg hunt? We have some great suggestions to make Easter just for them! Easter egg hunt An egg hunt is not fun if you never
Caring Bunny, the largest program of its kind, has been developed by Simon and is guided by AbilityPath.org, a national online resource hub and special needs community. Promotional assistance for Caring Bunny has been provided by Autism Speaks. On Sunday,
So now it’s time to write a letter to your child’s school. Just few things that you may want to keep in the front of your mind. When writing any letter, it is important to keep it short and to
Your child is struggling in school and all you are receiving from the school system is a standard, “you need to work with them at home” but you feel there is something deeper going on. You do have rights. You