This Grad Took a Village!–June 10, 2014

This Grad Took a Village! Congratulations to my son Dan!  To see him in a cap and gown marching as part of the Class of 2014 brings more joy and pride than I imagined possible.   Hope Allows for Possibility Four years ago, when Dan was 13, I gave serious thought to Dan's future. A vocation would be fine, but what? He was bright at disparate skill

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Baby Hannah and Visual-Motor Development–May 20, 2014

Baby Hannah and Visual-Motor Development Despite everything being “normal” in her development, at 8 weeks Hannah was

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The Anguish and Frustration of Being Last–May 6, 2014

The Anguish and Frustration of Being Last "Miss Cara," my 10-year-old client asked, "what is your diagnosis?" A benign question from a child well aware of the developmental labels he carries. I laughed, but wondered what label I would have if I grew up in these times. I was terribly uncoordinated so I might indeed have had a label, which likely would have kept

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Spring Break Slip-Up–April 8, 2014

Spring Break Slip-up Cara's Spring break mishap   Day 1- Knee Swollen, throbbing, not bending much. Day 3- Limping badly, not bending much. Day 4- Kinetic Bridging®. Bending! Limping gone. Day 5- Swelling gone! Day 7- Elliptical for 45min. Day 8- Run 5 miles on trail!   A wonderful week of hiking on the coast filled with sun and ac

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