TRUE FAITH – THE ABCs of STARTING S2C

TRUE FAITH – THE ABCs of STARTING S2C PLAY THIS SONG WHILE YOU READ THIS BLOG Warning: My blogs from this point forward might come with background music if you don’t mind. Today, it’s TRUE FAITH by New Order, one of my favorite 80’s bands.  This is my “new beginnings” song, and it reminds me […]

Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021

A Boy Like Me, a Netflix Series and 2 podcasts

A Boy Like Me, a Netflix Series and 2 podcasts A Third part to the series on Neuromedia 2021 Part 1 – Curated blogs – for core concepts in Disability Justice and Neurodiversity.   Part 2  Neuromedia  Summer 2021 Book Recommendations  We open our final installment of the three-part neuromedia 2021 campaign with a review of […]

Wednesday, September 15th, 2021

I WANT TO BE A PAPERBACK READER!

I WANT TO BE A PAPERBACK READER! Developing the motor skills for reading books. Written and read by Giorgena Sarantopoulos Books were my pass to personal freedom. – Oprah Winfrey Books!  Who doesn’t love them?  Enfolding oneself in a good story can have an effect on the whole body: masterfully crafted sentences can stir and […]

Wednesday, June 16th, 2021

Be Mine – Relationships and Regulation

Be Mine – Relationships and Regulation February is observed as the month of love as we celebrate Valentine’s Day on the 14th. This day is when you can show those who you love the most how special they are to you. It is also a day I feel was created by Hallmark so that we […]

Wednesday, February 10th, 2021

Loops! I Did It Again!

Loops! I Did It Again! “Hi, how are you?” If I asked you that question, chances are you might respond with “Great, how are you?” right? Or have you ever had a waiter say “Enjoy your meal!” and you responded “You too!” UGH! They are automatic, overlearned responses, or motor loops. In some cases motor […]

Wednesday, June 10th, 2020

Ten Ways to Presume Competence in Nonspeaking Kids and Adults

Ten Ways to Presume Competence in Nonspeaking Kids and Adults As a Registered S2C Practitioner, presuming competence is the heart and soul of what I do every day. But it wasn’t that long ago that the term was unfamiliar to me. I remember with great clarity when I sat down with Elizabeth Vosseller for a […]

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020

Chaotic to Organized

From Chaotic to Organized: Setting Motor Goals for 2020 Happy 2020! It’s the time of year when we all reflect on the previous year and consider how we can make the upcoming year even better. New year’s resolutions are often one way to set goals for ourselves in an effort to start off our year […]

Thursday, January 30th, 2020