“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 […]Read More “Learning to Take Those First Steps: To Push or Not to Push?”
How to Teach Young Children to Keep Their Hands to Themselves How to Teach Young Children, “Keep your hands to yourself.” “Keep your hands feet and other objects to yourself.” Once upon a time when I was in 4th grade, we had classroom rules on the wall to set expectations for our behavior. If we […]Read More How to Teach Young Children “Keep your hands to yourself”
I GET IT NOW! As a result, I am a changed special instructor. I do things differently. I relate to parents differently.Read More Hello from the Other Side…of Early Intervention Services
Becoming Foster Parents It has always been in my heart to be a foster parent. I can’t explain it other than it is a calling from God. When my husband and I got married, we talked about doing that “one day,” but life happened. We started to inquire about the application process, then decided to […]Read More We’re fostering!