Jungle Jumparoo

06.18.13

Last week I was introduced to a new product soon to be launched to the public. It’s called the Jungle Jumparoo. Autism Journeys used to have a similar product for their clients in the occupational therapy room of their facility. I can remember Cali loving to jump and play on this therapy tool. This product read more…

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Before I compare…

05.12.13

A story from about a year ago…   Why do I compare my girls with others? Why does it come so naturally and automatically? Is it because I want my girls to be the best? Am I validated as a mother by seeing my girls at the same level or higher than other kids? What read more…

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“My feet are dirty!!!!”

04.30.13

I don’t know what it is lately. Cali says “My feet are dirty!” about 5 or more times a day. To you, this may seem like a very easy issue to figure out. A child tells you their feet are dirty. What do you do? You help them clean the “dirty” off. The child’s problem read more…

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Oh man….

04.09.13

As good as Cali does these days, she still has moments when I think, “holy cow, what is her deal!” Today we had one of those moments. The morning came and went with regularity and ease, then we were off to visit Krisanne for occupational therapy. Before making it to Krisanne, we had to make 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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