Where on Earth Have I BEEN? {And How You Can Help Me Help YOU}

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Holy moly. It is February. And I have not written a blog post in over 8 weeks! Sigh. You may have been wondering where I have been…So I am here to tell you. Family, Hobbies, Life. I have been with my family. I have been reading books. I have been practicing my favorite hobby: photography.   I have been living life. I have been thinking. A lot. About how to spend my time and energy. About how to help people {Read More}

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You Can Do EVERYTHING Right and Still Have a Child with Special Needs

You Can Do Everything Right

I want to talk a little bit today about guilt. You know…mommy (or daddy) guilt that parents of children with special needs (developmental or medical) carry on their shoulders because of their child’s needs. The guilt and the constant “what if’s” are oh-so common. Recently, I took my middle son Ev, age three, into our local school district to be assessed for speech therapy. He qualifies. The child of a speech-language pathologist qualifies for speech therapy.  I want you to read {Read More}

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Increasing Client Awareness and Carryover of Speech and Language Goals

Carryover Techniques

As many of you know, we recently welcomed our new son, Emory, to the world. As I take some time off from work and blogging to spend time with my family and get to know my new little one, I am thrilled to share with you some amazing posts written by some very talented bloggers. So please sit back, relax and enjoy this guest post and leave a comment letting us know what you think! Today we have Jessica from Consonantly Speaking & Speechie Freebies.sharing {Read More}

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