Posts Tagged ‘parents’

Creating Cognitive Dissonance as a Learning Strategy

We all have times when we leave visits feeling like it went great because we were able to … Continue reading

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3 Interventions Every Early Interventionist Needs to Know – Part 3

So far in this series, you’ve learned about the importance of two interventions associated with positive outcomes for … Continue reading

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I’ll have Eggs with a Side of Parenting Please

Parenting Style is Similar to How One Would Purchase Eggs As a parent and a professional who works … Continue reading

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Self-Actualization: Hello, I am the Parent of a Child with Disabilities

We are at the end of our discussion on the levels of awareness of parent of young children … Continue reading

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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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