Posts Tagged ‘assessment’

What’s the Bottom Line Regarding Articulation in EI?!

On March 3, 2015, I was honored to present a Talk on Tuesday (ToT) webinar entitled, It’s Almost Never Apraxia: Understanding … Continue reading




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Preaching to the Choir about Early Screening Resources – Spread the Word!

Meet Chris – He and his family have moved 7 times since he was born and are now staying with … Continue reading




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Twins & Siblings: Supporting Families of Multiples

A set of new referrals comes across your desk: two children in the same family. Twins!  Wow, you think…twice … Continue reading




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Does Tyler Imitate or USE his Words? – Why the Answer Matters

On your first visit you ask, “Is Tyler saying any words?”  “Oh sure, Tyler has lots of words! He can say ball, … Continue reading




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Books & Puzzles Are Not Required…What?

Okay, be honest. Have you ever: recommended that a family go buy books; explained the importance of sorting … Continue reading




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Are Cultural Differences Truly Developmental Delays?

Miguel is 19 months old and lives with a large family that includes his parents, three older siblings, … Continue reading




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Why Didn’t Our Pediatrician Catch This Earlier??

During the assessment, the professional team members notice some soft neurological signs in Seiko’s development, such as an … Continue reading




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Beware the Hairy Eyeball…

Do you know what the hairy eyeball is?? I do because I’ve been told that I give it … Continue reading




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Listening to the Family’s Story

Consider this quote: “When we know the facts about people, we know what they are. When we  know … Continue reading




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How Do Children Qualify for Early Intervention Where You Are?

Did you know that how a child qualifies for early intervention (EI) differs depending on where he lives?? … Continue reading




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