Posted June 24, 2015 in Communicators in Action
Growing up I had to have help with everything—getting dressed, showering, going to the restroom and eating. I don’t know how my mom managed. I remember when my mom told me one day, “I think it’s about time you learn how to dress yourself.”
Posted June 18, 2015 in Communicators in Action
For twelve-year-old Kyleigh Kramlich, it was more than an honor to lead the flag ceremony for her Girl Scout troop and recite the Pledge of Allegiance and Girl Scout promise – these were personal accomplishments of a very unique kind.
Posted June 12, 2015 in Stories and Strategies for Success
For the majority of us who have the privilege of working with individuals who may have special needs, we picture the young child beginning their first “communicative steps” learning how to access their devices, communicating those first words and phrases. This is such an awesome time as we see the true power of communication.
Posted June 3, 2015 in Communicators in Action
Aside from the Love and Grace of God in Heaven, there is nothing in the world more boundless than captivating stories. We all know the power of fantasy and fiction. Our favorite books, movies, T.V. shows, plays and even role-playing video games can let us escape, encourage us and relate to our troubles when it seems like no one else does.