Glue sticks are a fun and easy way to embed a variety of skills in a simple art activity for early intervention.Read More Using Glue Sticks in Early Intervention
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The Rules of Home Visiting Explained Special Instruction home visiting brings with it certain realities and adventures, both positive and negative. Along the way, I have learned and relearned lessons. To try to protect myself and others (including you, dear reader) I have developed “rules for home visiting.” Kinda like Gibbs’ rules from NCIS. Maybe […]Read More The “Rules” of Home Visiting
Rule #2: Special Instruction Gets Messy (click here to read more about Special Instruction) Special Instruction is an early intervention service for children under the age of 3. Children that age can get messy. Special Instruction service takes place in the family’s home or child care center. People’s homes can be messy. Spending time in a child […]Read More Rules of Home visiting #2: Special Instruction gets messy.
Your Home Visit: What’s the Point? I have mentioned before, and I will mention it again; this foster (Read about it here.)care experience has changed the way I work with families in several ways. The most obvious one that comes to mind today is… I get to the point. Me as a Parent Me as a parent: […]Read More What’s the Point?