by Loretta Gallo-Lopez, MA, LMHC The American Academy of Pediatrics has indicated that “… play is healthy and in fact essential for helping children reach important social, emotional, and cognitive developmental milestones as well as helping them manage stress and
by Tammy R., West Valley City, Utah Every mother loves watching her child grow and learn new things. As a first-time mom I was no different from all the others. With every day it seemed my baby boy, Benjamin, was
We are joining families around the world to commemorate World Autism Awareness Day! According to autismpeaks.org, autism affects 1 in 88 children and 1 in 54 boys. Early detection and intervention is critical. Learn the early signs of autism. If your
He was a little over a year old and no words had been spoken. He would point out into the kitchen and cry, making me go and start picking everything up saying “do you want a banana? A drink? Milk?
Kyle and Kyndall Evans from Coles Elementary School in Virginia recently interviewed Rachel Coleman. While growing up and learning American Sign Language (ASL) Kyle and Kendall often watch Rachel on Signing Time shows. See what Kyle and Kyndall asked Rachel