by Katherine Stimpson, Early Intervention Service Coordinator, Mecklenburg CDSA The sound of a ticking clock, chalk squeaking on a chalkboard, and food that has a texture that makes your body […]
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Off The Charts
By EI Excellence on May 22, 2014 in Autism, Early Intervention Practices, Family Engagement, Sensory Processing, Teaming, Written By Parents
Written by Audrey Midthun, Mother, Mecklenburg County There is a scale of measurement to gauge how a child is developing. If you don’t know this before your children are born, […]
What If It’s Not Just the Terrible Twos?
By EI Excellence on February 26, 2014 in Child Development, Sensory Processing, Teaming
Written by Andrea Gayle, MOT OTR/L, Mecklenburg County CDSA We have all witnessed a toddler with difficult behaviors or several tantrums in a day. When toddlers are at or around the […]