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May24
A Future of Unified Sports Teams: I’m Excited!

A Future of Unified Sports Teams: I’m Excited!

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I had never heard about unified sports teams. I think they will help teach kids about others and themselves.

May13
Moms of Special Olympics Athletes are Rockstars

Moms of Special Olympics Athletes are Rockstars

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Over the course of the next several weeks I will be introducing you to Carol McMullen, she is the mom of Special Olympics athlete Christopher McMullen who is a member of Team USA and competing in the Athens World Games as a swimmer. Carol is such a superstar that I can’t wait to share hers and Christopher’s stories with you.

Mar11
When It’s Not Your Child

When It’s Not Your Child

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What do you do when you suspect development delays…in someone else’s kid?

Nov29
Developmental Zig-Zags

Developmental Zig-Zags

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Developmental delays in preschoolers rarely set you down a straight path. What to do when you’re handed more forks in the road than you can handle.

Jul28
After the Diagnosis

After the Diagnosis

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You can’t make me. I still recall the first time my son said this to me. He was three years old. He was standing at the top of the staircase and I was at the bottom. I had sent him up to his room for a timeout and he refused, only going as far as […]

Jul19
What to Expect at Occupational Therapy

What to Expect at Occupational Therapy

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When should you expect progress? When should you demand a change?

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