OUR GIFT to #ASHA15 Customers!

Written by milestonesandmiracles on . Posted in Learning through play, School Therapy, Speech and Language, Speech Therapy, Uncategorized

We are packing our bags and headed to DENVER!  This year’s National ASHA Conference is the biggest conference we have attended and we are thrilled and honored to be among 12,000 Speech Therapists as speakers and as vendors! We hope if you are attending, you will come see us at BOOTH #358 where we will […]

Reteaching my brain and listening to my body so I can help my patients do the same: A review of TMR TOTS

Written by milestonesandmiracles on . Posted in child development, Family, Inspiration, Learning through play, Milestones and Miracles, parenting, Pediatric Occupational Therapy, Pediatric Physical Therapy, School Therapy

“Educating yourself does not mean you were stupid in the first place; it means you were intelligent enough to known there is plenty left  to learn.” -Melanie Joy   This weekend I spent about 18 hours on the floor in yoga clothes, on yoga mats, holding and twisting baby dolls with black electrical tape on […]

The POWER of LANGUAGE in WORDLESS PICTURE BOOKS

Written by milestonesandmiracles on . Posted in Best Toys, child development, Communication, Family, Kids books, School Therapy, Speech and Language

If you are a follower of our blog you well know by now that I am a children’s book nerd.  I love all kids’ books…even love those without words.  How can that be, you may ask, I am a speech-language pathologist, after all?!  Words are my life!!  Well, it can be because WORDLESS PICTURE BOOKS […]

What does READY for Kindergarten really mean?

Written by milestonesandmiracles on . Posted in child development, Family, Inspiration, Learning through play, Milestones and Miracles, parenting, School Ideas, School Therapy, Uncategorized

Yesterday I volunteered at Kindergarten Registration at my daughter’s elementary school. As I sat there watching the children march from station to station (either proudly or with nudging) with their parents behind them, I had a rush of mixed emotions. I was excited for the journey they are all ready to start at such an […]

The Secret of “The Hot Pink Tape”

Written by milestonesandmiracles on . Posted in child development, Kinesiotape, Milestones and Miracles, Pediatric Occupational Therapy, Pediatric Physical Therapy, School Therapy, Special Education, Special Needs

This post was originally written for Child Guide Magazine.  Check out the many resources Child Guide offers as well as this article and others HERE. If you are a runner, or have watched a race or even perhaps a professional sporting event lately, you may find yourself asking, “What is that bright colored tape people […]

What I learned from a real life superhero without a cape

Written by milestonesandmiracles on . Posted in Autism, child development, Family, Inspiration, School Therapy, Special Education

A few weeks ago, amongst the CRAZY of end of school year activities, we traveled to our state’s capital Charleston, WV.  My youngest daughter won our county’s Young Writer’s Contest for her age and with that came an invitation to spend the day on the University of Charleston’s campus with published authors in writing workshops. […]

Navigating Special Education in the School Setting: What Parents Need To Know

Written by milestonesandmiracles on . Posted in child development, IEP, parenting, School Therapy, Special Education, Special Needs, Uncategorized

Child Guide Magazine is a great source for information and to find fun activities! Milestones & Miracles is proud to team with this great FREE publication by writing a column geared toward the Special Needs/Differently Abled Population.  The article below is our contribution to the FALL 2013 Issue which is filled with great “Back To […]

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