Monthly Archives: January 2012

Neuro read

Neuroplasticity; I can honestly say, I find it inspiring.  And if you’d like to be inspired check out this wonderful book .It is a collection of true stories that showcase how incredibly resilient people and the power of the brain … Continue reading

Label sh-mable. It’s different, not less.

Today’s post is inspired by a quote I heard today, by Dr. Temple Grandin, while listening to The Coffee Klatch blog talk radio, where guests Dr Temple Grandin, Rebecca Banks and Diane Kennedy (authors of  “Bright Not Broken – Gifted … Continue reading

Humble pie

I would be remiss if I began this post with anything but an acknowledgement that I aimed too high.  There is no possible way I will succeed at completing one post a day over the course of this year.  While … Continue reading

Oops to the stars!

I’d like to say I was so busy yesterday I forgot to blog, but that wouldn’t be completely true.  I remembered right before” close of business”, which for me yesterday, was approximately 10:00 p.m.  Ugh.  So as it came to … Continue reading

Perception is reality

Why is this so difficult for me to remember?  This concept is something I believe my parents first tried to instill in me when trying to resolve arguments between me and my brother.  Of course, taking on the perspective of … Continue reading

A father’s love.

Some things just can’t improved upon. Enough said.    A Father\’s Love .

Leaving the RTC

A teenage boy I’ve worked with intermittently at the residential treatment center (RTC), went home yesterday.  This is HUGE.  He came to the residential setting under the care of the Department of Social Services and thus had no immediate family.  … Continue reading

More than just a sale

So I’m one week into my project 365 and I have to say, while it has already been a challenge to stop what I’m doing and write/blog, what used to be a challenge (thinking of a topic to write about), … Continue reading

“If someone had told me our lives could be like this, I wouldn’t have believed them. I see a 180 degree difference in our daughter, since we started therapy. I can’t thank Kelly enough for what she has given our family.” — Christopher Howell —
“If someone had told me our lives could be like this, I wouldn’t have believed them. I see a 180 degree difference in our daughter, since we started therapy. I can’t thank Kelly enough for what she has given our family.” — Christopher Howell —
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