Nowadays, a lot of parents use DVDs, word flashcards, flip books and games to teach their babies to read. However, researchers at New York University’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development have found that parents’ attempts to teach their infants to read are not working. The study was published in the […]
First and foremost, I have to say that I don’t see a special needs child as being different from any other child. The only difference I see is that they need to be more educated about everything, including the different body parts, the different types of food, how to eat, walk and perform other daily […]
From the blog, Including your child in your daily life by Natan Gendelman
Parents with a special needs child are always wondering if they are doing enough to help their child grow and develop. By taking an active role in tracking the 9 important developmental milestones for your child, identifying developmental delay and finding a therapist for your special needs child, parents are well on their way to helping your child meet developmental milestones. […]
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