6 Behavioral Disorders in Children

Behavioral disorders in children manifest in various forms, each with its own symptoms and challenges. Here are some of the major problems.

Co-Parenting Boundaries: List of Rules

You may be surprised at how straightforward co-parenting is with a clear set of boundaries. Believe me, co-parenting becomes easier over time. To help everyone get to a good place…

Individualized Education Program (IEP) Evaluation

Individualized Education Program (IEP) evaluation examines academics, behavior, and other areas affected by the child’s suspected disability.

Infant Language Learning Activities: 6-12 Months

Language learning starts early, when you gain your infant’s attention, call their name, talk softly, cuddle, sing, rock, feed and dress them.

Early Intervention Speech Therapy Activities

Early intervention speech therapy activities offer tremendous benefits for a child. Speech development activities are easily done at home.

How to Advocate for Your Special Needs Child

Have you ever heard of Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP)? It is the study of what makes someone a good communicator. NLP techniques can be useful when you are advocating for your…

Sign Language for People with Developmental Disabilities

Sign language helps people with hearing impairments. It’s also useful for people with developmental disabilities and little communication.

What is a Parenting Plan?

A parenting plan details how a child will be raised by separated parents. Key elements are a visitation schedule and decision making rules.

Positive Parenting Story: “A Rabbit on the Swim Team”

Here is an entertaining short story that has a lesson for everyone, including kids, adults, parents and educators. After reading this positive parenting story, you may feel a little more…

Fun Speech Therapy Exercises for Kids

Speech therapy exercises for kids can be fun and easily done at home with the help of parents. For any young child, you might want to try these fun games…