In a matter of speaking … yes! Wow!!! Blended learning students in grades 9-12 return to buildings beginning 03/22 (at least in NYC). Speech-language pathologists help others with organizational skills so in that spirit here are some reminders Get back into that routine now! Resume the routine bedtime, preparing lunch the night before, laying outContinue reading “Back to School???”
Sending your child in the midst of a pandemic is a huge decision for parents. There is a lot to consider; but don’t overlook the needs of your child to understand the nature of covid19 but also to deal with any feelings about what they may experience.
In an age with so much sickness and heightened stress, don’t forget to stay healthy. Forgetting about maintaining health in the area of nutrition should not be forgotten. The adage of “you are what you eat” can not be understated. Having a concrete list of symptoms, so you can do a self-check as part ofContinue reading “COVID-19 Parents”
These are scary times and a number of parents online are asking for guidance in terms of how to explain the reason why their children are not in school. There are ways that you can do so and I saw an article online that will be helpful https://childmind.org/article/talking-to-kids-about-the-coronavirus/ Some have voiced online concern about whatContinue reading “Explaining Coronavirus”
Navigating Special Education So frustrating… your child enters the world and you are not aware of the hand that you will be dealt with. You have a child – a wonderful child whom you love so much – but they have a different style of functioning. They may respond to the world differently. They mayContinue reading “Navigate Special Ed”