It Takes a Village: Get Your Hands Dirty and Build It From the Ground Up

Amy shares how important it is for families of special needs children to have a support system and offers practical tips on how to accomplish this.

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An Apology Letter to My Former Students

Amy shares a letter she has written to her former special needs students sharing with them a heartfelt apology for not understanding how to reach their individual needs and her promise that going forward she will be an advocate for children like them.

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What Parents of Children with Disabilities Wish You Knew

Amy shares some firsthand responses that parents of children with disabilities wish their family and friends knew and understood.

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Their Stories

“Their Stories” is where we will celebrate the “Big Abilities” of children with developmental disabilities.

I’d love to feature YOUR child on Big Abilities!  Click the link below!

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A Trip to the Supermarket Can Be So Much More Than a Trip to the Supermarket!

Amy shares how she uses Supermarket trips with her son, Barclay, to target specific developmental goals.

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Using Sign Language to Help Move Your Child Along the Language Continuum

Amy shares how she used sign language to help bridge the gap in communication as her son learned to speak.

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