I saw a very nervous family recently. They had so much to say. They clearly knew their son well. They were very proud parents and told detail after detail about what their child COULD do. Why were they asking for an evaluation? Turns out, family members had been asking “what is wrong with him?” NOTHING.Continue reading “What is wrong with him??!”
One thing I truly love about my profession is the diversity and all the nooks and crannies that someone can find themselves specializing in. Collaborating and forming a community of fellow speech-language pathologists provides a huge wealth of knowledge and resources. So I’d like to share some blogs you might enjoy with a focus onContinue reading “Blogs on blogs”
In our house, we are very honest about our feelings. This past year and this past week, the adults in this house had a great deal of feelings. Instead of covering them up, we talked about those feelings openly. This week was tough. My husband and I didn’t realize the emotional weight the current eventsContinue reading “Dear Boys, your parents have feelings”
I spend a lot of time talking about playing with whatever you have because anything can become a toy with the right mindset (with the exception of dangerous items clearly). However, the holidays are coming and family members will want gift ideas that don’t include sticks, spoons, or dirt… To be fair my son askedContinue reading “Toy lists!”
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