Reminder Strips

04.17.13

Guess what I will be making Cali in the next couple of days! A reminder strip. What is this you ask? Do2Learn is a website you can find on my reference tab. Dawn, Cali’s speech therapist refers to this sit from time to time and I have found it to be a great resource as read more…

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Potty Training Part 4: Steps for Conducting Scheduled Opportunities for Toileting & more…

03.21.13

Day four of the potty training segment and I think we are going to end on something you will find extremely helpful. The past few days I have been providing information from The Best Practices Newsletter of The Interdisciplinary Council on Developmental & Learning Disorders. Today I am taking a first hand account a councilor read more…

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Potty Training Part 3: Considerations For Toilet Training

03.20.13

If you have been here the past couple of days you will know that Monday’s and Tuesday’s posts have been dedicated to potty training. The information from today and the past two days have come from The Best Practices Newsletter of The Interdisciplinary Council on Developmental & Learning Disorders. Some of what you read may read more…

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“Optimal outcomes”…don’t wait!!

01.18.13

As I was perusing autism pages on Facebook, I was excited to find an article featured on Autism Speaks page. An article bringing tears to my eyes and this is why…   Study Confirms “Optimal Outcomes” is the title of the article. My one click to this article made my whole day, my whole week!! read more…

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Sorting Colors Cupcakes

01.08.13

A new game and we love it! We are on the hunt for new board games as of late, because Cali’s therapist Madi usually does therapy work involving board games. We tried this one out yesterday…     When we play board games, I do not try and reinvent the wheel. We stick to the read more…

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