Posts Tagged ‘toddlers’

AAC in EI: Debunking Common Myths and Misconceptions

Amanda and I met while working at a special education charter school as an Assistive Technology specialist and … Continue reading

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Technology and Toddlerhood

Ever been in a home visit with a parent who is simultaneously using his/her phone while discussing the … Continue reading

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EI Research to Practice Brief #7 – Conversational Turn-Taking between 18-24 Months Really Matters

You may have seen that awesome clip in the news recently of the father having an animated conversation … Continue reading

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The Struggle is Real…Important

It’s Thursday afternoon and I’m banging my head on the steering wheel after my home visit. Why? Because … Continue reading

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Assessing Children with Multiple Disabilities – Tips and a Great Resource!

Wyatt is a happy 19-month old child who was recently released from the hospital, where he lived for … Continue reading

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