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Our young clients with ASD aren't really so difficult when
it comes to lesson plans for therapy and fulfilling benchmarks and outcomes. In
fact, they're very easy. Look at my list of Top Five Necessities and you'll see
that the first four are ''get it and you'll have it'' kind of things.
Questions from parents of children with ASD are a part of a speech pathologist's professional life. The top two questions that parents have always asked me are: ''When will my child speak,'' and ''When will he/she be potty trained?'' Those are big questions and tough ones because no one can answer either of them.
It is not always necessary to ...
Writing a post about food allergies is not an easy task to master. There are many different types of allergies: the allergy to nuts, soy, seafood/shellfish, milk, dairy, eggs, gluten, and wheat. So, for today instead of focusing on just one, I thought it best to provide some overall information from a reputable source.
According to the Mayo ...
If you missed Tuesday's post, it featured the beginning of my interview with Lona Otero-Nardone, occupational therapist. Lona has been working in early intervention for over 8 years now and has become an excellent resource for her colleagues and clients on the topic of Sensory Integration Dysfunction (SID) in young children.
Today's segment is a ...