Their Stories

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

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Using Video to Create Social Stories

Amy shares how social story videos help her son with new and/or challenging experiences and offers step-by-step suggestions for creating your own.

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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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The Outdoor Classroom: A Visit to the Park Can Be a Brain Booster for Developmentally Delayed Toddlers

Amy shares how important it is to “get off the bench” and engage with your child at the park.

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Making Screen Time Interactive for Children with Developmental Delays

Amy shares how parents can turn sedentary screen time into an interactive and engaging experience.

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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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My Childhood Apraxia of Speech Diagnosis Story

Amy shares her son Barclay’s journey with Childhood Apraxia of Speech.

My name is Barclay, and I have Childhood Apraxia of Speech or CAS). I need to share my diagnosis story with you so all children with CAS can get the help they need and be happy like me!

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