Choosing A Therapist For My Child
As a parent of a child with special needs and an Occupational Therapist, I know that one of the most important and difficult decisions we are asked to make is choosing a therapist for our child. It can be any type of therapist occupational, speech, physical, psychologist, counselor, etc. It isn t easy to determine what qualities and qualifications we need to look for. It can be, at its best, stressful and at its worst, detrimental to our children. Take a d ...
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What I Learned From My Son Who Wouldn't Speak
When I became a mom the second time around, I thought I d be more laid-back than I was with my first child. And for a while, I was. Baby 2 nursed beautifully. He slept beautifully. He crawled at nine months. And not long after crawling, he walked, then ran. He hit all of his milestones right on time. All but one.
Huffington Post - Sat. May 16