The Importance of Carryover

As an occupational therapist, the clients that I work with are seen either once or twice a week, for 1/2 hour sessions. I’d like to think that the therapy sessions are important, but I know that without carryover and consistency, my clients will not make the gains that I am … Read More

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Taking Inside Thinkers Out

How many times have you felt like banging your head against a wall in order to think of a solution to an issue that appears unsolvable? Rehashed problems with teachers, therapists, principals, the spouse and/or the child? Thrown your hands up in despair? NY Times writer Janet Rae-Dupree discusses this … Read More

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Refresh and Recharge- Please!

Networking, researching, and scheduling may be keywords for the job description of an executive headhunter. These words also describe your everyday activities as the parent of a child with exceptional needs as you learn about and procure necessary services and programming for your child. Coupled with the myriad responsibilities of … Read More

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