Are you worried that your child isn't developing like other children? Has your child been diagnosed with a developmental delay or disability? You are not alone. We are here to help you find answers to your questions. Other parents and therapists are here with you.
Jeanne Goodner, LPC-S Clinical Director at the Child & Family Guidance Center of Texoma recently talked about Asperger syndrome, giving various tips to parents of children with asperger. Goodner discussed learning the signs, establishing a morning routine, exploring early-childhood intervention and other resources and more. Check out her recent interview with Good Morning Texoma.
We thank you all for participating in MetLife’s October 15 social-media campaign, #MetLifeCares, supporting Disability Employment Awareness. On this day, MetLife donated $2 to United Cerebral Palsy for every Like Share or Comment on their Facebook page. Thank you, MetLife for supporting UCP, our MyChildWithoutLimits program and so many children and adults with disabilities and their families!
United Cerebral Palsy of Delaware has released an exciting new manual, “A Camp for Everyone, A Guide to Including Children of All Abilities in Summer Camp Programs.” With the mission of expanding summer recreation opportunities for children with disabilities, UCP of Delaware developed this manual to help share the importance of inclusion with camp staff, administrators, campers, parents and more. Check it out!
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