Preschool – 100 days in

100th day picture

Nicholas survived his first 100 days as a preschool student! In the mean time, I learned that most of my fears weren’t legitimate.

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Receptive Language: Why I talk out loud all day long.

When I was working on my book tonight, I was working on a section about receptive language and realized that I have never talked about this on the blog yet. This is such an important topic, and the sooner you can work on this, the better! So, here is the little excerpt that I added […]

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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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