Resuming In-Person Early Intervention Therapies after COVID Quarantine

With various phases of reopening happening across the state, many Early Intervention service providers have begun moving forward with plans for in-person therapies. With the initial closing down of EI back in March, there was a long gap in therapies, then the option of teletherapy, which was out of reach for so many families, and […]

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Tips for Pre-K Evaluations VIA teletherapy

Nicholas has a September birthday and Down Syndrome. To me, that equals a kid going to Pre-K seemingly very young. So, I was already nervous about this transition. You can imagine that the nerves were only heightened when I learned that all of his evaulations would be happening via teletherapy. I am not sure about […]

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Where have we been?

Honesty Time. The initial quarantine really put us into a funk as far as having a story to tell. Now, it has been months since my last post, and every time I sat down to try and blog, I could only come up with the same few sentences. I am happy to have more time […]

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7 Tips to make Early Intervention Teletherapy Worthwhile During Quarantine.

Across the board in my area, early intervention has been cancelled.  If you are a special needs momma like me, you probably immediately worried about your kiddo’s development. Luckily, I am off work and can prioritize working with Nicholas.  However, that is not the case for everyone, especially if you are also trying to homeschool […]

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If you helped us share Nicholas’ story this week, this letter is for you.

Dear You, This week, Nicholas’ ambassador announcement was sent to a couple of media outlets.  Within an hour, the story was everywhere. As the week progressed, more coverage led to more articles, two news segments, a front page of our local paper, and over a thousand shares on facebook. Although I have been so overwhelmed […]

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