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What To Expect When Starting Early Intervention For Your Child

October 14, 2020

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Coming to terms with the reality that your child might require early intervention may be a bitter pill to swallow- so bitter that many parents tend to wait too long with the hope that somehow things will take a turn for the better. The truth is that not all developmental delays necessitate early intervention treatment. Some infants naturally hit their milestones slower than their counterparts. That is why an early intervention assessment is done, to determine who is eligible for therapy. Usually, this process is carried out by a team of therapists each specializing in different life skill areas that...

A Guide To The SC State Programs That Aid Children With Developmental Delays

October 7, 2020

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If you are reading this article, chances are, you are a parent/carer of a child or children who have developmental delays.  We understand how difficult it might be for you to support a child with developmental delays, especially if you lack the necessary resources, and if you are untrained to provide the right cognitive stimuli your child needs. After all, early intervention is the best way to improve the outcomes of your child when it comes to their mental, neurological, and behavioral faculties.  Most children only require basic learning modifications to address their particular needs, and with a nudge from...

Is your Child Developing Slowly? Know The Signs To Look For

September 16, 2020

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About Play firmly believes that every child is unique and each one moves through life at varying rates. If you have observed children or if you have children of your own, you know that their temperaments differ from each other. One might be shy and feel things at a deeper level, while others might be more outgoing and expressive of their thoughts and feelings.  Even though variation exists when it comes to achieving developmental milestones, the sequence is predictable. You, as a parent, know your child best and the following key features will guide you in determining whether your child’s...