“Learning to Take Those First Steps: To Push or Not to Push?”

Baby Learning to Walk

“Learning to Take Those First Steps: To Push or Not to Push?” This is a story about when you are teaching a little one to walk, and you’re wondering “Do I push? Do I not push? How hard is too hard?” It’s a situation I find myself in often as a Special Instructor in Early […]

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10 Bath time Activities for a Sensory Seeker

bath tub sensory seeking child

Living with a child that is a sensory seeker is a non-stop thrill ride.   What is a sensory seeker? Understood.org offers an explanation. “There are two ways kids with sensory processing issues respond to sensory input. When kids underreact to sensory input, they may seek out more input.. When kids overreact, they become overwhelmed […]

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Your Home Visit–What’s the Point?

Special Instructors need to communicate the point of their home visits

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 early intervention. One that comes to mind today is… I get to the point. Me as a Parent Me as a parent: Now that I […]

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