Social communication is important in developing effective interpersonal skills and is critical to various aspects of daily life. Important social skills in early childhood include emerging abilities to manage feelings and behaviors, recognize social cues from others and engage in positive interactions with peers. Learn more about the development of these skills in young children, including where to turn if there appear to be problems. ...Read more 0
Have you ever checked the door twice to make sure it’s locked? Or doubled back home to ensure you did in fact turn off the stove? Perhaps you see some...
Are you struggling to get your child with sensory integration dysfunction to don all that wonderful winter clothing that will keep them warm and safe when playing outside? Learn tips for tackling the issues that may arise if your child resists winter clothes. ...Read more 0
Research shows that traditions are important in building strong family relationships between generations. Being a part of the special things our family does helps us to have that sense of belonging. In this episode of aParently Speaking, host Miriam Conner talks to two moms, who also happen to be sisters, about their family traditions. ...Read more 0
Did you know that reading aloud is the single most important thing a parent or caregiver can do to help a child prepare for reading and learning? Reading aloud stimulates language development even before a child can talk. Find out other benefits associated with reading to your child, plus learn how one organization is working to eliminate the "word gap" that affects children whose families live at or below poverty level. ...Read more 0