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              Introduction: One of the most challenging realities for children on the autism spectrum and their parents is the difficulty the children face with the development of communication, language, and speech. Each child’s profile…

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                                  Communication in Context: THIRD YEAR OF LIFE  24-36 MONTHS   The third year of life is a culmination of the work a child…

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                    Communication in Context: SECOND YEAR OF LIFE  12-24 MONTHS The second year of life is an exciting time in development where the important capacities formed in the first year can…

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    Communication in Context: FIRST YEAR OF LIFE  0 – 12 MONTHS The Interweaving of Language, Social and Play Development in Infants and Toddlers Infancy and toddlerhood are fascinating periods of time full of rich developmental work crucial for…

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Originally published by Todd Wanerman athttp://www.toddwanerman.com/ When I consult with schools about inclusion, I’m a voice for change.  And teachers generally feel uncomfortable about change. Why?  Partly because it’s hard to consider the idea that you could have done better…

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  Originally published by Todd Wanerman at http://www.toddwanerman.com/     Recently,  I wrapped up a two-part training program with the Early Head Start teachers in Salida, in the central valley just adjacent to Modesto.  As I had ample time to drive…

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  Applying Theory and Research to Recognize and Treat Early Signs of Autism  What infant interaction research can tell us about early signs of Autism The emerging research on Autism, infant development and infant – parent interaction provide direction regarding where…

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Interactional Synchrony as the lens for seeing Early Signs of Autism When parents feel perplexed by their baby, professionals need to pay attention.  An infant who looks healthy but fails to elicit or respond to a warm connection with primary…

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          Originally published by Todd Wanerman at http://www.toddwanerman.com/ Who is project-based education for?  Is it only the product and province of an educated, entitled class, or is it right for everyone?  Within our kaleidoscope culture, we can…

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        Originally published by Todd Wanerman at http://www.toddwanerman.com/ During twenty-five years of teaching preschool at The Little School, I had the privilege, along with my colleagues, of promoting higher program quality in various settings around the world….

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To View the Complete Article or the seven parts of “ANGELS IN THE NURSERY: THE INTERGENERATIONAL TRANSMISSION OF BENEVOLENT PARENTAL INFLUENCES” Click here  

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