Amy shares how a screen-free play area filled with open-ended toys can foster creativity and imagination in your child.Continue reading Podcast 16: The Importance of Open-Ended, Fantasy, and Creative Play
Amy shares a story of a Sunday morning meltdown her son with autism had and how reflecting on that meltdown helped her realize he still has more good days than bad.Continue reading Autism: One Bad Morning
In this episode, Amy shares how having a child with a developmental disability, such as ADHD or Autism, means that you more than likely will have to redefine what normal looks like for your family.Continue reading Podcast 04: Defining Your New Norm
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.Continue reading It Takes a Village: Get Your Hands Dirty and Build It From the Ground Up
Amy shares 10 things all parents can do to help create a positive childhood for all their children regardless of whether they have developmental differences or not.Continue reading Creating Your Child’s Childhood
Amy shares how she uses Supermarket trips with her son, Barclay, to target specific developmental goals.Continue reading A Trip to the Supermarket Can Be So Much More Than a Trip to the Supermarket!
Amy describes how liberating it was for her when she stopped reading parenting books and started parenting her son the way he needed to be parented.Continue reading Burn Your Parenting Books: Why Traditional Parenting Won’t Work With Children With Developmental Disabilities
Amy shares her and her husband’s unique way of preparing their son for bed and challenges parents to look at their child’s evening routine and see if it’s working.Continue reading Sixty to Zero: Our Unique Bedtime Routine