Ensure the Implementation of your Child’s IEP

Have you considered employing a case manager to monitor the implementation of your student’s IEP? There are lots of reasons why this might be beneficial to you and your child. Most parents put a lot of weight on the actual writing of the IEP, making sure it is a...

Your Role in Your Child’s Speech

Your baby learns to talk during his first two years of life. Long before he utters his first word, he’s learning the rules of language and how adults use it to communicate. He’ll begin by using his tongue, lips, palate, and any emerging teeth to make...

Warning Signs of ADD/ADHD

If your child’s behavior is interfering with their ability to be successful at home or in school, and their behavior isn’t age or situation appropriate, your child may have ADD/ADHD. At Home • Has boundless energy, can’t sit school and is restless, some body part is...

No One Said Parenting is Easy

Guest blog by Anne Laurie: No one ever said parenting was easy. But parenting a teen can at times make you want to pull your hair out. Choosing expectations for your teen that are both challenging but not overbearing is like waking a tight rope. Here are a few...

Pacifier Weaning in Six Easy Steps

Taking candy from a baby might be easy, but pacifiers are another story entirely. If you have a toddler or even preschooler who loves his paci, you’re in good company. Pacifier weaning is a common challenge for parents. Most parents find that pacifier weaning is...