Parents often have to devote a lot of time to meeting the needs of their child with special needs and sometimes, the needs of siblings are either put on the back burner or go unnoticed. Siblings may have a difficult time coping and may have different and conflicting feelings like worry, jealousy, anger, resentment, embarrassment, Read More
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Check out my article for Mommybites on “Having Your Young Child Evaluated Through Early Intervention.” When a child has special needs, parents and family members should be involved from the start of intervention. This begins with the evaluation process. I encourage families to consider the initial evaluation as an opportunity to learn more about their Read More
Raising children brings with it joy and hope, concern and trepidation. As they say, there is no handbook for being a parent. Raising a child with special needs can compound the worries and leave a parent feeling unsure of their footing. And while I believe strongly that every family benefits from education, I know how Read More
Check out my article on Mommybites about “Delays In Your Young Child’s Development.” If you have concerns, reach out for help and support. Early identification and intervention are critical and can have a considerable effect on your child’s development. http://mommybites.com/col2/nanny/help-your-young-childs-development/