Posts Tagged ‘parents’

A Professional Imposter: Reflections From an EI Provider/Mom

After earning a masters degree in education at the University of Kansas, I moved to North Carolina and … Continue reading




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Riding the Roller Coaster of Life… Raising Two Daughters with Disabilities

Twenty years ago, I was living in rural Vermont as a single parent of two daughters who had … Continue reading




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The Parents are Arguing…What Do You Do?

Both of Isabel’s parents are present for the visit, which offers you a golden opportunity to talk with … 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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Smoking during EI Visits…What Do You Do?

As a guest in Amelia’s family’s home, you do your best to be polite and respectful. You enjoy … Continue reading




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Milestone or Modern Convenience? – Part II: What to Do When the Convenience Becomes a Hard to Break Habit

If you haven’t read it yet, be sure to check out the first blog post in this 2-part … Continue reading




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Milestone or Modern Convenience? – Part I: Overuse of the Sippy Cup & Pacifier

Although shocking to many, the sippy cup is NOT a developmental milestone.  Nor is sucking on a pacifier, … 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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Watch Me! – Using Modeling as a Caregiver Teaching Tool

Lynn meets Devon and his mother, Janae, at the grocery store for their visit this week. When she arrives, she … Continue reading




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