How to Stimulate Early Language Skills (Episode 7)
https://vimeo.com/516413957 In this episode, Dana Lawlor (Speech Language Pathologist) and Cynthia Miller-Lautman (Occupational Therapist) talk about some simple things that parents, educators, and family members can do to give their […]
What is Developmental Language Disorder? (Episode 6)
https://vimeo.com/516413957 In episode, Dana Lawlor and Cynthia Miller-Lautman talk about how language develops in young children. They share some signs that could let you know when a child might need […]
Let’s Talk About Autism Part 2 (Episode 5)
In Part 1 of our series on Autism Spectrum Disorder, Cynthia and Bethany discussed what it might look like when someone has autism, and what the criteria are for someone […]
Let’s Talk About Autism Part 1 (Episode 4)
Autism, or autism spectrum disorder (ASD), refers to a broad range of conditions characterized by repetitive behaviors and difficulty with social skills, speech and nonverbal communication. This the first episode in […]
Is Your Tween Or Teen Getting Harder And Harder To Get Off Screen Time?
We are in week 5 of the new self-isolation rules and school has been out a long time. Many of our tweens and teenagers are spending more time than ever […]
Kids out of school getting you down? Is there chaos and lack of schedule?
Many parents and their children with disabilities such as Autism, ADHD, and FASD are scrambling to cope amid the drastic changes that have essentially halted the regular routine of the […]
See-through masks let me see your smile!
In Quebec, everyone 12 and up now has to wear a mask in indoor public places. Children 10 years and up now need to wear masks on the school bus […]
Why Could People with Disabilities Have Trouble Wearing Masks?
The original version of this post was co-authored by Dana Lawlor, SLP. The world is a changing place and many new recommendations are coming into place everyday. This can be […]