Tag: down syndrome
FIVE ESSENTIAL INGREDIENTS TO THE PARENT TRAINING For the past few days, my social media has been bombarded with retweets and shares of summaries of the article printed by the Journal of the American Medical Association. The JAMA article looked at the Parent Education vs. Parent Training models and their effectiveness, per parent report, in […]
es I said Inclusion can hurt. It can be downright painful. And that’s truth. The old saying “Nothing Good Comes Easy” can definitely be applied toward the process of including. And each year, things change (teachers, therapists, kids, the social dynamic increases). Inclusion in the early years is not as much of a challenge than when hitting second and third grade.