Signs that You Need a Change: • Does the counter girl at Chuck’s Donuts know you by name? • Do dust bunnies fly out when you unroll your yoga mat? • Do you start wishing for Friday on Monday? • Has it been years s..
Infancy. In infancy, emotions arise primarily from physical sensations, such as hunger, fatigue, and discomfort. Emotions and feelings can easily “flood” and overwhelm the young infant, who is not yet able to soothe herself. In her first few m..
Some children need extra support and guidance from their caregivers. Like children who are developing typically, children with special needs require guidance that is positive and respectful. Keep in mind that it may take time to understand your child’s ..
Is your child a late talker? Or does your child have other challenges with communication? Do you wonder whether your child might have a communication disorder? If so, you can contact your Pediatrician to discuss your concerns and in California you can als..
“Journey to Life after High School” – Partner Toolkit ARTICLE FOR NEWSLETTER OR BULLETIN NEW GUIDE HELPS WITH TRANSITION FROM HIGH SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS AbilityPath.org has launched a new report, “The Journey to Life after High Sc..
Looking at books together will help expand your child’s focus and attention. Remember that young children learn through repetition. Therefore, you may find yourself reading the same books over and over. Infants can safely feel and explore cloth books. B..