Ages and Stages, Family

…but then it worked out that way

Tuesday was a mini-luxury; a random day off to recharge. Only recharging for me involves copious amounts of reading, both in paper and on-screen (Kindle/blogs). So I hopped over to a few posts written by members of the DS community. Community: A group of people with a common background or with shared interests within society.… Continue reading …but then it worked out that way

Speech & Language

Mini-Moment: What to tell a grad student about your child?

This Monday, April 29th I will once again guest lecture for the speech language pathology graduate students of Miami University. I always have fun teaching SLP's in training about Down syndrome and would like to add a new twist this year. What advice do you, as a parent of a child with DS, want to… Continue reading Mini-Moment: What to tell a grad student about your child?

Ages and Stages, Birth to Three, Elementary, Jr. & Sr. High, Speech & Language, Uncategorized

Part 2 of Standardized Testing and Down syndrome: Age Equivalents

An age-equivalent without skill description is like Starbucks without Coffee