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the miracle therapy: time

the miracle therapy: time

How did we do this? What was this cutting edge therapy we had found, this latest in scientific development? It was plain old being ready. Time.  Susan Senator, The Autism Therapy That Worked For Us: Time – This is why I tell you not to give up. This is why I insist on redefining what … Continue reading

what we told them – part two

*   Gratuitous photo of my beautiful daughter – because she’s what this is really about.  ~ Editor’s note: Please understand that the following is to the best of my recollection only. I had compiled some notes for the presentation, but veered off of them quite a bit, as I am wont to do, so I can … Continue reading

what we told them — part one

Click to enlarge ~ Last week, I had the honor of presenting a workshop at the Massachusetts Early Intervention Consortium along with Drs. Kelley Henry and Dena Shade-Monuteaux. At 8:30 on Thursday morning, we sat facing a lecture hall filled with Early Intervention professionals there to learn more about the diagnostic process from both the clinician and … Continue reading