Stories and articles written by RDI consultants and parents
This blog post was originally published on the Peer Projects Therapy website. You can read the original here. We know that for many children, connecting with peers in a positive, sustained way, and developing true friendships can be hard! This is why we are...
Here are some questions to ask yourself about your child’s use of eye contact.
What happens next?
Are you going to be the parent who believes in his/her child? Are you going to presume competence?
Mindfully using declarative language for better communication!
Communication is much more important than language. Language – once you’ve got communication in place – can almost fall into place in many cases.
Hear one father share his story of how RDI® changed his family.
One of the most common concerns we hear from mothers of special needs children…
5 steps to help your child connect the dots