Category Archives: Children with Special Needs

The Traffic Jam in Language Therapy, the Early Intervention Turned into, Slow Intervention

The LACKING of the provisions of these early intervention programs set up by the government here, from the Front Page Sections, translated… Based off of the statistical measurements conducted by the Department of Welfare Sanitations, up until last year, there … Continue reading

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Jazz, a Poem

The Others Used the Multi-Colored Clay to Mold You Picked it Up, and Cut it in Half Other Children Played with the Bamboo Dragonflies Sending Them Flying You Used it, as a Baton to Conduct the Music Other Children Want … Continue reading

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The Sweetened Fruits

With a little more patience, a little more, love, you can, get your child with the autism spectrum disorders socialized properly, translated… When my son was only three, he was diagnosed with Asperger’s, the doctor told me, there is the … Continue reading

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The Boy’s Taking His Steps

How much heart and patience, goes into, helping this special needs child, to finally, be able to, walk, the hard work of the teachers, and this young boy both, translated… I’d noticed him, because he’s, always, the first one out.  … Continue reading

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Be Strong, for Your Sake

Grateful, for the services, provided by the early intervention programs, helping these children grow up, translated… She Couldn’t, Understand the Evaluation Reports, and Asked the Social Workers to Explain to Her, Line-by-Line, and Complied with the Suggestions of the Test … Continue reading

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Communications without Any Verbal Exchange

The changes in this, autistic child, how he went from, keeping everything to himself, learning, and starting to, interact with his own, external environment better as the day passes, translated… The Same Kind of Behaviors, on a Kinesthetically Sensitive Child, … Continue reading

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This Hard Road You’re Traveling, We’ll, Help You Through it

Finally receiving the supports he’d needed, from the members of his family, after so many years, of living with an, undiagnosed condition, translated… Living is, So Hard There’s, higher demands the Asians placed, on the eldest children of the families, … Continue reading

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