Posts Tagged ‘development’

The Parent’s Expectations are So High…What Do You Do?

As you get to know Jackie, Teddy’s mother, you learn that she has very high expectations for her … Continue reading




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The Challenge of Electronic Toys on Visits

This will come as no surprise to you as an early interventionist…findings from a new study in the … Continue reading




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Using Baby Steps to Address Challenging Behaviors during Real Routines

“Emma runs away every chance she gets. Open a door and she bolts. Try to walk with her … Continue reading




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Primary Service Provider…What Does That Mean?

The outcomes have been written, so now it’s time to determine services. The team sorts through possibilities for … Continue reading




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Adult Learning Principle #5 – Feedback is How We Grow

Have you ever taken a yoga or dance class? If you haven’t, let me tell you about my … Continue reading




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Adult Learning Principle #4: Active Practice and Participation are Key!

Your tire just went flat. You pull over to the side of the road, in the middle of … Continue reading




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Ditch the Animal Sounds! – Who’s Ready for the Next Talks on Tuesday?!

It is hard to believe but it is almost May!  The final Talk of the two-part series, entitled … Continue reading

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Abby’s Mother Asks Again: “Is it my fault?”

Abby has significant motor delays. Her mother asks you some version of this question during every visit: “Is it … Continue reading




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Address the Language: The Speech will Follow!

Joey is 25 months old.  He was referred to his local early intervention intake coordinator by his parents … Continue reading




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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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