TAG: Speech Therapy
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October 15th, 2018
Amelia’s parents contacted me because of a problem in Kindergarten. Her teachers reported that she often began to cry around lunchtime, and when they asked her why she was crying, she couldn’t answer them. They tried to distract her, and even offered her a trip to the class “store”, (stocked with fun prizes) if she would [...]
Supercharged early intervention describes what can happen when relationship- based principles harness the power of positive emotions between caregiver and child. This adds dynamic forces that makes therapy more fun, and also allows for better learning, as memories of these joyful experiences take hold over time. Here are some things you can look for or [...]