2018

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teens talking out problems

I have worked with a lot of kids over the years that had hard lives at home. Many of the kids that I have worked with have told me how they wish that their parents would just listen to what they have to say. If you are a teen struggling to find someone to listen, a counselor will be able to help. I created this blog to help teenagers find the person that they feel comfortable with to talk about anything that could be troubling them. By talking out problems, bigger problems can sometimes be avoided. Find out more on my blog.

The Stages Of Occupational Therapy For Down Syndrome

10 January 2018
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If you are a parent who has given birth to a child with down syndrome, starting with occupational therapy from birth is a great way to teach some independence and communication. Occupational therapists help with self-feeding skills, fine motor skills, and more, many of which are more challenging in development for children with down syndrome. Here are the stages of occupational therapy for children with down syndrome: ​Infancy At this stage, your child is going to be going through many milestones that will require some direction. Read More …