- Published on Monday, 17 September 2012 00:28
Guest post submitted by Sally Goldberg, Ph.D.
Here is how I set out to teach my daughter to sing song words correctly and ended up teaching her to sing on key and have clear speech.
- Published on Thursday, 23 February 2012 08:18
Dr. Sally recently started up a "Heart to Heart" column here at Early Childhood News and Resources. Here was our first post:
- Published on Tuesday, 19 July 2011 13:14
Guest post submitted by Bola Ajumobi, Slimy Bookworm
Most moms worry about giving birth to a healthy baby while pregnant. Not me, I went through those nine months without a care in the world but earned my worry stripes at delivery. Thankfully my son did well enough to go home with me after a short stint in the neonatal intensive care unit.
- Published on Wednesday, 06 April 2011 10:07
Guest post submitted by Sandra J. Gerencher
Children with disabilities are my inspiration. It's real life. It's what goes on every day. The people in my life inspire me such as my adopted son with autism and my special education students at school. I was once told that my son, Terry, would never speak in full sentences. Yet he speaks to our dog, Chance, as if he can understand him.
- Published on Wednesday, 27 April 2011 08:32
April is National Autism Awareness Month. Below, you can get to know the folks at Kids with Autism Can!
- Published on Saturday, 12 March 2011 12:45
Guest post submitted by Louise Sattler, Signing Families
As a School Psychologist and the founder and owner of SIGNING FAMILIES™, I often receive queries from parents who are searching for any kind of assistance to help their deaf child. For most parents, having a deaf child is an unexpected bit of news and quite a shock which leads to many questions such as: “Will my child live a ‘normal’ life - go to college, learn to drive, talk to me?” and so forth. While I don’t have a zillion answers, I do have a lot of information that others have shared with me and now I happily share it with you.