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November 12, 2019

The A-B-Cs of Behavior

Problem behaviors may be a common challenge for students, especially those with developmental and learning disabilities. Parents, educators, and family members may find problem behaviors in children a common source of stress. The behaviors may significantly limit the child’s access to activities and settings for children and families, may limit learning opportunities in the classroom,… Read more »

October 30, 2019

Books! Books! Books!

Research suggests that storybook reading facilitates language development and plays an important role in preparing children for success in school. In addition to enhancing early language development and literacy skills, shared book reading, between you and your child, can provide positive social interaction.   Reading with your child should start from birth.  At this time,… Read more »

October 22, 2019

A Systematic Approach to Coaching Parents

When working with the pediatric population, the parents or caregivers are sometimes overlooked as a key partner in the child’s development. Many times when early interventionists (EI) start working with young children, the focus of the session is centered on the child and as the sessions continue the caregivers sit at a distance observing the… Read more »

October 7, 2019

The Development of Print Knowledge

Children start to learn language from the day they are born. As they grow and develop so do their speech and language skills. They learn to understand and use language to express their thoughts, ideas, and feelings to communicate with others.  During this stage of early speech and language development, children also learn skills that… Read more »

March 6, 2019

Eight Ways to Support Your Child’s Early Development

Parents often wonder what they can do at home to support their child’s development. The short answer: Play with your child! But what does that play look like? Here are eight easy tips for play activities parents and caregivers can do with young children. Photo from pexels.com How to support development Games. Share games, such… Read more »

February 26, 2019

Raising a Reader

How do you raise a child to be an enthusiastic and consistent reader? TV, videogames, computers, and other modern distractions sometimes make it difficult for children to focus on reading. Still, there are many things that parents can do to help motivate a child to read. Photo from pexels.com How to raise a reader Try out all… Read more »

February 19, 2019

Generalization

The overarching goal of any therapeutic activity is for the child or adult to be able to use the targeted skill in any location with any person. Sometimes skills that are learned through therapeutic activities are only mastered in the environment in which they were learned and with the people in that environment. Generalization helps… Read more »

January 16, 2019

Establish a Daily Routine with Joint Book Reading

If joint book reading hasn’t been part of your daily routine with your children, now is a great time to establish that routine. Reading books together is a terrific way of connecting with your children and a proven way to establish a foundation of literacy. Tips for successful joint book reading Set a time everyday for book… Read more »

November 20, 2018

Rainy Day Fun

Rainy days with a toddler can sometimes be challenging. You might find yourself not being as active as you are during sunnier months because the go-to favorite of the park is not possible in the rain. Here are a few ideas of developmentally appropriate activities for toddlers in the community and at home to help… Read more »

November 6, 2018

Early Intervention: An Overview

Early intervention is a term used to describe therapeutic services for children from birth to age three. For infants and toddlers not meeting developmental milestones, early intervention services are critical for their future success and to support their families. Photo from Pexels.com What is early intervention? Early intervention is a term used to refer to… Read more »

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