In this article, posted originally on Collaborative Corner for Exceptional Children, you’ll learn early intervention strategies you can implement now while waiting for therapies to begin.Continue reading Early Interventions You Can Implement Now!
If you want your child to develop better communication skills, try drawing simple pictures on napkins and placing them in their lunchbox each day. Then when you pick up the child at school ask them what was on that napkin!Continue reading Using Simple Drawings to Increase Communication in Children with Autism
Amy shares her attempt at trying to explain what autism is like from her son’s perspective.Continue reading My Autism Story
Today my son lost something. It wasn’t a favorite toy or a tooth. It was much more important than that. He lost the diagnosis of Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS).
Barclay was diagnosed with a severe language delay at around 20 months and later, more specifically, a disorder called Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS). He was in speech therapy, but progress was slow. I started learning that sign language can help bridge the gap in communication skills for late talkers. I discovered Baby Signing TimeContinue reading Using Sign Language to Help Move Your Child Along the Language Continuum