Tag Archives: 16 March 2012
Book Title: Children’s Songs for Therapy By: Rachel See Smith, MA, MT-BC Review By: Jena H. Casbon Music therapy has long been proven to be extremely beneficial for children with a variety of special needs. If you’re looking for an … Continue reading →
Editor’s Note: A few weeks ago a blog post about the Bumbo Seat was making the rounds on Pinterest. This article from the Baltimore Sun examines the controversy surrounding the safety of the seat, which the manufacturer insists is perfectly … Continue reading →
WQED in Pittsburgh did a story on Childhood Apraxia of Speech that aired in 2005. Still a great piece today!
[Source: The Daily Mail] Twenty five words that every toddler should use have been listed by scientists. The words and phrases, which cover toys, food, animals and, of course, include ‘mummy’ and ‘daddy’ and ‘bye bye’ are designed to detect … Continue reading →
[Source: Science Daily.com] New research with monkeys sheds light on how the drug methylphenidate may affect learning and memory in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. The results parallel a 1977 finding that a low dose of the drug boosted … Continue reading →