This blog post is about the exhaustion of advocacy
Sibshops have become an important part of the program offerings in my business. Parents are reported play dates and other social opportunities outside of the Sibshops. It is important for children that have brothers and sisters with disabilities to find their support network young. Isolation does nothing good for the brain and development. This is… Continue reading Building Community
Inclusive Cultures: Attracting and Fostering Different Talent in Business
This blog post is about inclusive employment.
Open letter to my middle school speech therapist: Mrs. Smith
This blog post is written by Michelle Vinokurov. She has written a letter to one of her former speech and language therapists in gratitude for the social skills that she learned that is made her the person she is today. For more information regarding Michelle, please see the bio at the end of the post.
The University Experience as a Sib
This blog post describes the sibling experience and internal conflicts about going to college or university.