Saturday, January 31, 2015
Article: When Parents Disagree – Focus on Treatment
One of the most common complaints I hear from parents is that the other parent does not believe in the label. It's very common and there are some very good reasons why this is so. In fact, believe it or not, somewhere between 2004-2005, I was a non-believer.
My latest article at Special-ism discusses this problem. It outlines the reasons why this is so common and what to look for in your partner's background. More importantly though, it points out many of the ways in which you can provide your child with much needed early intervention without the need for a label.
Click on through to read the article at Special-ism.
When Parents Disagree – Focus on Treatment
Don't forget, you can access all my past articles at Special-ism here.
and you can obtain a free eBook version of my earlier articles via the Google Play store or direct link here.