When a stranger gets too personal…Rule #3 Take off your name tag in public.

Early Intervention tends to involve a deep level of emotional sharing by parents. Working with parents of children with disabilities, there is deep level of emotional sharing. The conversations are very personal. Parents may share marriage struggles. They share birth stories. They share their deepest fears for their children. I have also been the confidant […]

Read More When a stranger gets too personal…Rule #3 Take off your name tag in public.
January 10, 2021

Our Bedtime Routine for our Hyperactive Sensory Seeker

Our Bedtime Routine for our hyperactive sensory seeker Sensory Seekers crave sensory input. For our little one, he craved it all–movement, touch, smells, and sounds and visual stimulation–even at bedtime. After months of trial and error, we stumbled upon the right combination of tricks to lull him to sleep while not driving us crazy. Routine […]

Read More Our Bedtime Routine for our Hyperactive Sensory Seeker

Unusual Early Intervention Tools: Four Ways to Use an Aerobic Stepper for Gross Motor Development

Do you have any kiddos working on gross motor milestones who need a little push? A new strategy? I stumbled upon something different–an aerobic stepper platform. Gross Motor Milestones: Using an Aerobic Stepper I had a knee injury that required me to do physical therapy. One of my exercises involved buying an aerobic stepper platform […]

Read More Unusual Early Intervention Tools: Four Ways to Use an Aerobic Stepper for Gross Motor Development
January 8, 2021

Tags: