As I write this it is April, which is also World Autism Month. Autism is a part of our family. The challenging part about autism is the broad range of what it looks like in each person. When you meet
I’m releasing a new set of handwriting pages this week in the brand new store. Having a student with dysgraphia (i.e. a learning disability in the area of writing) presents challenges because their interest grows but their need for larger
Over the years we have tried a variety of therapy programs with varying success. Some programs become part of our daily life and others we move on from. And sometimes you discover you have what you need right in front
I recently sat down with Dr. Anni Reinking from Illinois STAR NET to be part of their Family Interview Series on their podcast. I was introduced to STAR NET when they were a sponsor for a Caregiver Retreat I attended.
Out of the Box Kids don’t fit the standard, “one size fits all” box. They are a little extra, more intense. They play harder and ask more questions. They may carry a special toy longer and hate change. Their brains