The authorization delays directly coincide with the time period in which the court issued an injunction to delay implementation of Rider 50, which would reduce payment for therapy providers. Thousands of children across the state are experiencing lapses of 3 weeks or greater, which, in turn, is undoubtedly saving the state a great deal of money. Continue reading
I remember the first time I brought the tablet back to Josh after customizing it and adding pictures of family members, his favorite toys, personal needs, etc. Within 15 minutes, Josh was able to tell me his name, age, school, and tell his mom he loved her. Continue reading
Sometimes concerns about accessibility cause families and therapists not to pursue use of electronic devices. A child’s deficits in motor, cognitive, visual, and/or hearing skills are seen as a barrier preventing use of an electronic device. Although limitations in multiple areas make accessing a device more challenging, there are multiple means of access that should be evaluated and trialed before determining that an electronic device is not a good option for your child. Continue reading
If your child or someone you know has Cerebral Palsy, today, we celebrate with you! Together we can continue to bring awareness for Cerebral Palsy. Continue reading
We hope you will join us in celebrating World Down Syndrome Day and continue to help raise awareness!