Parents of children with special needs have to be the CEO, and there is LOT to manage.
I often think about what would have happened had it been me who had apraxia, dyspraxia, SPD, dysarthria, and a learning disability when I was young. It’s pointless I know, but I was/am a perfectionist. That’s not a good thing. I learned early I was really good at spelling, reading and writing, but math I had to work for. I won a math award in 3rd grade and I looked
Most parents of kids who have a child with global apraxia will at some point visit the neurologist. It’s usually before the age of 7, which is the age Ashlynn is today. I remember the referral, although the dates are a little fuzzy. We were either at Ashlynn’s 6 or 9 month checkup and I had to fill out one of those dreaded developmental screens. Don’t get me wrong, as
We always hear about mama bears. Okay, maybe it’s just me, but I guess I am one. Daddy bears don’t have quite a good a reputation. Daddy wolves though. Watch out. Read about them. You do NOT want to cross a daddy wolf. My dad is a daddy wolf. I found a definition online that read, “Male wolves are attentive, monogamous and fiercely protective dads that live with their
for anyone considering Amaryllis Therapy Network in Denver, scratch them off your list and move on. Developmental Fx is where I’m headed, and unlike Amaryllis, I know many families who have been happy with the outcome.