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You know how you are told to “give it a try” when you are adjusting to something new?

Or someone says “You just haven’t given it enough time, see how it goes?”

I cannot say I don’t agree with the philosophy, in many cases. However, there is one case when I think it is important to act instead of waiting a bit longer.

The case is when you are Read the rest of this entry »

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Conference Night!

It is one of the big markers of the school year at least in my opinion.  It is the time for the school to have their first time to talk with you for your child’s school year.  When you have a typically developing child, conference night is one that can be stressful.  You hope all is going well with grades and social issues.

So of course conferences are important, but when you have a child with special needs this time is even more important.  Our Elizabeth has Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) and Global Dyspraxia, which make school and daily life a great deal of work.

Let me share a little story of our first conference night for Elizabeth and it is called:

We did it so wrong Read the rest of this entry »

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