Posts Tagged ‘implementation’

Normalization – The Hope Phase

We are nearing the end of our discussion on the levels of awareness of parents of young children … Continue reading

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Special Designation: A Parent’s Aha Moment

In our previous discussion about the levels of awareness for parents of young children with disabilities, we explored … Continue reading

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The Parent Seems Uncomfortable…What Do You Do?

Maybe you’ve felt this before…you are on a visit and it’s the parent’s turn to practice using an … Continue reading

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Levels of Awareness: The Ostrich Phase

As an early interventionist, you are in a help giving profession and you want to ensure that you … Continue reading

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Emerging Parenthood: Trust the Process – Don’t Rush the Process

While working through the emotions that come with parenting a child with disabilities, there was also a steep … Continue reading

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