The Burden of Challenging Behavior for Children with Autism

How We Set Up Children With Autism and Behavior Challenges to Fail  Today I watched a child answer questions accurately, give great answers, generate a story all the while his shoes were off, he was jumping out of his seat every three seconds, and making silly faces.  Focusing and marveling at his ability to multi-task […]

The Value of Technology in Your Private Practice

And Tips for  Parents When Choosing Their Provider It’s 2016.  Everyday we use our smart phones for scheduling, googling, facetime, personal connections , banking, and business transactions.  Communication is at our fingertips.  This has become our norm.   We have now and expectation of automation and reduced duplicity.  And then, we put our kids in therapy and find ourselves […]

THE REAL RESPONSE TO PEOPLE WHEN THEY CRITICIZE YOUR CHILD, YOUR PARENTING

Living Free.  Tips for Parents of Children with Special Needs or Otherwise. I have a two year old. My two year old listens. Sometimes he doesn’t. But on this particular day, he was doing all the right things.  Walking. Hands to himself. Not running. Quiet voice. Following a parent. What happened? We had been sitting in church […]