Archive for July, 2010

Path to Acceptance
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Path to Acceptance

I see acceptance as coming to an agreement. It is like going to a meeting of the minds and everyone walking out on the      same page with the same purpose and goals for the future. As much as I’d like to say I am there, I am not, at least not yet. I have had […]

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Imagine What you See
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Imagine What you See

A review of Dr. Lynn Hellerstein’s book, “See It, Say It, Do It”.

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more Auditory information

A wonderful insight to how medicine and technology is advancing for the better: Aditi Shankardass spoke on TED.com about how she is correctly diagnosing children with EEG technology.  We have also had our experince with EEG’s at CSU’s Brainwave lab.  I hope this becomes more commonplace to rule out and rule in disorder, not to […]

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Support Groups 101
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Support Groups 101

  Stanley Greenspan, the author of “The Challenging Child” (1995) had an insightful analogy to help us understand what people experience when they can not effectively process, or interpret, sensory input.  He describes it this way:  “Imagine driving a car that isn’t working well. When you step on the gas the car sometimes lurches forward […]

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