As we enter February, the month of LOVE, we are devoting this month to focusing on loving ourselves. While much of our time is spent loving and caring for others, it is important to remember to make time to love and care for ourselves ………..
Going to the dentist can be a cause for anxiety for most of us, but it’s a very different feeling for those with autism.
Dental experts Dr. Greg Grillo and Dr. David Hudnall have spent countless hours helping patients and caregivers prepare for upcoming dental visits as well as helping them with tips and techniques that ensure proper oral health habits in the future……..
A sippy cup is usually the first cup parents use to transition their child off the bottle. Don’t get me wrong, the thought of “no spills,” my child drinking early by herself, and the convenience of traveling with a cup is a dream come true. That’s why sippy cups were invented and marketed to parents, not kids.
Speech Language Pathologists (SLPs) collaborate and work closely with a number of other professionals. While many are familiar with SLPs working with occupational or physical therapists, you might not think of dentists as someone we might work with. There are a number of reasons we might work together….
We enjoy celebrating the accomplishment as your children turn 3 and “graduate” from Early Intervention. It’s truly our honor that you allow us to come in your homes and work along side you with your child. We to empower families and seeing your grow and learn new skills with you.
Celebrations typically occur in winter and summer, watch for your invite as your child is turning 3.
ith the hustle and bustle of the holidays over, I don't know about you, but I am enjoying a slower pace! Don't get me wrong, I loved spending time with family and friends and making special memories with my kids, but I also love the start of the new year and the "freshness" of it. What are your goals, resolutions, and/or word for this year? Remember last year I picked a single word for my year- SIMPLIFY. Overall, I would say 2018 was a success in simplifying different areas of my life. For 2019 I have decided that my word is CONNECT. I am hoping to spend more quality time with people, make time for more 1-on-1 time with each of my kids, prioritize date night, disconnect from technology more often and work on improving/maintaining the relationships with the people that matter most to me.
With the joys of the holidays also comes the stress of hosting events and having people over more frequently than usual for many. While we LOVE the holidays and spending time with family and friends, hosting events can make us feel a little overwhelmed with the cleaning and prep that has to happen beforehand. Tune in all month long for tips, tricks and hacks for cleaning!! Share your ideas on our FaceBook page!
Early Intervention is a program for children who are between the ages of birth and 3 years old. It is a state and federally mandated program that provides support for families, teaching them how to play with their child in ways that will help them learn different skills they need for things they do every day.